This was announced by deputy head of the committee, People's Front MP Leonid Yemets on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.
"As you can see, the cases of Maidan, like any other cases, are not threatened," Yemets wrote and published the screens of the Ukrainian text of the document.
"The same is true about full and unlimited photographing and video recording of legal proceedings. And the right to be present for unrestricted number [of people - ed.]. Thus, the committee has multiplied the 'Lozovyi amendment' by zero," the MP wrote.
The committee ruling concerns amendments to article 219 of the Criminal Procedure Code.
On Oct. 3, Rada approved the amendments to the Code within the judicial reform. Before that, the parliament members adopted amendments to the bill, which included the so-called "Lozovyi amendment" which proposed to limit the investigation period for crimes and offenses from one to six months, and for corruption cases - to two months after indictment. The fear rose that the amendment would put to end investigation into crimes against Maidan.
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