Ukraine: A year after EuroMaydan, justice delayed, justice denied
As the victims and relatives of those killed and injured during the EuroMaydan protests in Ukraine prepare to mark the first anniversary of their bloody conclusion, those responsible for these human rights violations continue to enjoy almost complete impunity for their actions. Police abuses significantly fuelled the EuroMaydan protests. The current government must fulfil its obligation to ensure that all human rights violations by law enforcement officials are effectively investigated and prosecuted.
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