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 "DPR" leaders demand law on amnesty of all militants from Ukraine

The Ukrainian authorities should adopt a law on amnesty of militants who took part in the armed conflict in the Donbas.

Representative of "DPR" terrorist organization of the contact group in Minsk Denis Pushilin said, Censor.NET reports citing TASS.

"We need the amnesty law to carry out the 5th and 6th paragraph of the Complex of measures (the Minsk agreements - Ed.), that is, the "all for all" exchange. All the persons who are directly related to the conflict in the Donbas should not be prosecuted," Pushilin said.

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"If one legal institution releases such a person (a militant - Ed.), another one arrests him. It is because the criminal case is not closed, and judicial proceeding is not canceled. Only a law on amnesty could set hundreds of our political prisoners free," the terrorist added.

On Sept. 17, Ukrainians Zhemchuhov and Suprun were exchanged for four terrorists and released from the captivity in the Donbas.



 
 
 
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