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The majority of Ukrainians considered fair criminal proceedings against the former President of the country Petro Poroshenko. This is evidenced by the results of a survey conducted by the Kiev international Institute of sociology (KIIS), reports Monday, June 29, “Interfax-Ukraine”.
Survey participants were asked whether the investigation against Poroshenko the penalty for violation of the law and fight for justice or political persecution. 51 percent of respondents chose the first answer, 30% second, 19 percent were undecided.
Poroshenko mentioned in a number of criminal cases on money laundering through offshore companies, interference in the operation of the courts, laundering of stolen army money and attempting to overthrow the constitutional order. For most of them, he is a witness, in the case of illegal appointment of the Deputy head of the foreign intelligence Service he was a suspect, but escaped arrest. Poroshenko also announced that it had filed a case of inciting religious hatred when creating the Orthodox Church in Ukraine (PCU).
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