GPU and Netpolicy: Tents near the Parliament will carry

ГПУ и Нацполиция: Палатки возле Рады не снесут

Tents near the Verkhovna Rada

To ensure the safety of the protesters in the protest actions will be conducted through the metal detector.

Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko said in Facebook that the police do not plan to demolish the tents of the protesters near the Verkhovna Rada, which were installed during the protests on October 17.

“The right to peaceful protest is one of the main achievements of the Maidan. The power of patiently doing everything to ensure that this provision of the Constitution. Know exactly and in due time will prove that some of the organizers of the protest have relied only on provocation. The security services had information and facts storage and procurement of weapons by members of illegal armed groups among the protesters. This explains the enhanced security measures of the interior Ministry. Their task is the safety of protesters, Kiev and the country. No demolition of tents will not be”, − wrote Lutsenko.

The attorney General noted that to ensure the safety of the protesters in the protest actions will be conducted through the metal detector.

He also stressed that “instances of physical beatings of citizens protected by law enforcers and deputies will be strictly prosecuted”.

Also this information was confirmed by the head of national police of Ukraine Sergey Knyazev during the briefing.

He said that during all days of protests near the Verkhovna Rada will be taken to ensure the safety of citizens.

And on a question of journalists, whether will be “Stripping” of the government quarter, he replied that “any radical measures for the cleanup, release or other action, we do not plan”.

We will remind, on October 17 near the building of Verkhovna Rada in Kiev gathered about four thousand people. The protesters demanded, in particular, to abolish parliamentary immunity, to create anti-corruption court and to introduce proportional electoral system with open lists.

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Later, the activists set up near the Parliament, tents, and security officials reported a found cache of weapons and ammunition that could be used during protests.