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 "LPR"-employed judge Kravchenko claims Ukrainian retirement benefit. PHOTO

Judges-collaborators, who violated the oath and chose to serve for the terrorist "LPR," persist in trying to keep their right to retire on general grounds stipulated by the Ukrainian legislation.

Journalist Serhii Ivanov writes in his Censor.NET blog.

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"On Feb. 1, the Supreme Council of Justice of Ukraine will consider the dismissal of Nina V. Kravchenko, judge of the Luhansk region Court of Appeals, in connection with reaching the retirement age of 65. In October, the Council suspended the consideration of Kravchenko's statement of resignation after she was reported to have cooperated with terrorists. The Council was also invited to request the High Qualification Commission of Judges to verify whether the actions of the said judge fell under disciplinary offense and violation of the oath of judge. There is no need for verifying, as Kravchenko does not conceal her job. She is a member of a working group set up to develop legal instruments for the "LPR," while her name is indicated among the authors of draft civil, civil procedure, and family codes," he wrote.

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"So, in three days, the Supreme Council of Justice can make a decision to dismiss on general grounds the judge who draws up laws for terrorists in the occupied territory, although, given the rules of logic, morality, and Ukrainian legislation, she must be dismissed for violating the oath. Moreover, in theory, Kravchenko must be a defendant in criminal proceedings against collaborators, instituted by the Luhansk region prosecution. However, her name is not indicated in the Interior Ministry "wanted" list," Ivanov resumed.

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