A court in Moscow has recognized the events of “Maidan” 2014 coup

Dorogomilovsky court of Moscow has satisfied the claim of the people’s Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine of previous convocations Volodymyr Oliynyk, reports . Olejnik was required to establish in court the legal fact of a coup in Ukraine in February 2014.

The court found that the fact of a coup d’etat in Ukraine is “well known and obvious, and needs no further proof”. However, the court stayed the jurisdiction of the Russian court and law Oleynik on appeal to the court. “The Russian people cannot remain indifferent to what is happening in Ukraine”, — said the judge. She noted that now in Ukraine are not guaranteed human rights, including the right to life.

The judge stated that on the territory of the state are extremist organizations that are already entered in the register of banned by the Supreme court of Russia. Therefore, the issues of the coup in Ukraine beyond the sovereignty of the state and affect the interests of including Russia.

The judge noted that Ukraine Oliynyk “deprived judicial protection” and treatment of this statement to the Ukrainian court “would look ridiculous”. The establishment of a legal fact must former Deputy including to determine the status of your stay in Russia, said the judge.

The court on Tuesday Olejnik came alone. More than an hour he summed up the process, acting in debate of the parties. He then asked the court to adduce the written version of his speech.

A few weeks before the court made the former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych and ex-Prime Minister Mykola Azarov, the former head of the presidential administration Nikolai Klyuev, ex-Prosecutor General Viktor Pshonka and ex-interior Minister Vitaliy Zakharchenko.

The fact of the coup

Summing up the debate, Oleinik insisted that the protest disagree with the policies of the former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych “Euromaidan” escalated into a coup and led to a global violation of the Constitution of the country. “This action is nothing but a well-planned coup. Vandalism, arson, and murder police have become the realities of the time” — made by Olejnik. He recalled that at that time there were 23 law enforcement officer.

In December 2016 as a witness to the process was initiated by Yanukovych himself. He assured the court that the team did not give snipers to shoot protesters, and the fire was coming from the building, which was controlled by the “Maidan”. It started murder then provoked a bitter confrontation between Ukrainian police and protesters, which ended with the seizure of the protesters administrative buildings and the transfer of power to the protesters.
Yanukovych explained that on February 24 he had, for security purposes, actually to flee the country and go to Russia. In Ukraine passed early elections, which were won by businessman Petro Poroshenko. But in the East the civil war began — two regions of Donetsk and Luhansk declared their independence, noted Yanukovych. A similar position was taken by other former Ukrainian officials.