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Verkhovna Rada vote for statement to International Criminal Court

25-02-2014 14:36

324 MPs on February 25 voted for a statement to the International Criminal Court on the recognition by Ukraine of the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court, crimes against humanity committed by senior government officials, which led to extremely grave consequences and mass killings of Ukrainian citizens during peaceful protests in the period from November 21 2013 to February 22, 2014.

The statement also noted that the Ukrainian parliament, in accordance with the Rome Statute, recognizes the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court.The Verkhovna Rada asks the International Criminal Court "to bring to justice [former] Ukrainian President Viktor Fedorovych Yanukovych and other officials who issued and executed clearly criminal orders, which can be established by the prosecutor of the International criminal Court."Lawmakers also asked the Hague tribunal to prosecute former Prosecutor General Viktor Pshonka and former Interior Minister Vitaliy Zakharchenko.