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 "Certification Commissions are independent. They will not allow officials with tainted reputation serving in National Police," - Dekanoidze on recertification of former Berkut soldiers

The Certification Commission is independent in its decisions therefore it will not allow officers who have tarnished their reputation to be recertified for service in the National Police, especially if they have been involved in the crackdown of the Maidan.

Head of the National Police of Ukraine Khatia Dekanoidze said, Censor.NET reports citing UNIAN.

"The Central Certification Commission as well as the Commission in Kyiv and the Kyiv region are completely independent and do not fall under political influence or the influence of the National Police," she said.

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However, Dekanoidze noted that all Commissions were formed of representatives of the civil society, most of whom were participants in the Revolution of Dignity.

"I'm confident that the committee members will not allow law enforcers who have tarnished their reputation to be recertified for further service in the National Police, especially if they have been involved in the crackdown of the rally on the Maidan," she added.

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