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 Berkut officers who dispersed people on Maidan to serve in National Police, - public activist

Most of former Berkut [disbanded riot police unit - ed.] officers have successfully passed National Police enrollment interview despite poor test results.

As reported by Censor.NET, a member of the qualifying commission and Automaidan activist Oleksandr Kravtsov wrote in Facebook.

"Today, out of the entire group of Berkut officers, we achieved the dismissal of only the infamous deputy Antonov [Berkut commander involved in the dispersal of students on Maidan - ed.] and one more slack officer," he wrote.

Kravtsov also noted that most of the former Berkut officers received low test scores, but the commission members saw them in a positive light as ATO participants and those who just followed orders, while the one to blame was their leadership.

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According to the activist, his arguments were put into the record as "individual opinion."

"The decision is made. Meet the new police... I take it as a personal defeat," Kravtsov resumed.
 
 
 
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