Censor.NET reports citing Prosecutor General Lutsenko's Facebook.
"Thanks to amendments to the law on prosecutor's office, adopted by the Verkhovna Rada, the possibility of convicting a person for a particularly serious crime in absentia has become more real. So, here we go: persons who committed offenses under article 110 (encroachment on Ukraine's territorial integrity and inviolability) and article 11 (treason) of the Criminal Code include:
- 327 judges,
- 299 prosecutors,
- 134 deputies of the Sevastopol City Council and the Supreme Council of Crimea,
- 11 self-proclaimed representatives of the Crimean authorities.
"The first summonses against 727 persons have been published in Uriadovyi Kurier and Holos Ukrainy [government newspapers - ed.].
"Day of reckoning always comes!" Lutsenko wrote.
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