Proceedings against judges from the film Vovk shut down

Производство против судей с пленок Вовка закрыли

The claims concerned decisions of the High Council of justice

The Supreme Court closed the proceedings on the petitions for the removal of judges from the film Vovk. The claims concerned decisions of the High Council of justice.

Cassation administrative court Supreme Court closed the proceedings on two claims of the General Prosecutor’s office regarding the refusal of the High Council of justice to remove judges of District administrative court of Kiev of Igor and of Pogrebnichko Suvorovsky district court of Odessa Ivan Shepitko from justice. About it LB.ua reported in the court.

The motivation is not yet known.

In particular, the claims concerned decisions of the High Council of justice of 20 August, which the Council refused to grant relief at the time of the Deputy Prosecutor General Sergei Kizia on temporary suspension of judges Pogrebnichko and Shepitko in connection with their attraction to criminal responsibility.

Recall, August 2, Vovk, and judges of Pogrebnichko and Shepitko was awarded the suspicions of interference in the work of the High qualifications Commission of judges and other possible crimes.

Suspicions have also referred to the abuse of power, fraud, forgery and negligence, unlawful obstruction of meetings, the issuing of a clearly unjust decisions or bribery, interference in the operation of the automatic workflow of the court.

As reported, on 26 July, the head of the office of special investigations of the Prosecutor General Sergei Gorbatyuk said that the Prosecutor’s office within investigation of criminal proceedings on the Maidan prepared suspicious transaction reports to two supervisors and two judges OASC on the facts of interference in the activities of the High qualification Commission of judges (vkks) and the organization for making a knowingly unjust decisions.

In turn, judges OASC complained of NABOO to the High Council of justice.

 

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