Ukraine: Two years after Euromaydan: The prospect for justice is threatened
Two years after the EuroMaydan protests, the Ukrainian authorities have failed to deliver justice and adequate reparations to the victims of abuses committed during the protests, or to restore confidence in the justice system and the rule of law in Ukraine. Promises to bring to justice the perpetrators of human rights violations committed during EuroMaydan, remain largely unfulfilled.
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