: New prosecutor general gives hope to families of killed protesters
Opinion12:34 May. 28, 2016

New prosecutor general gives hope to families of killed protesters

Prosecution of Euromaidan victims' perpetrators has been dragging for more than two years 

On May 18, the Ukrainian parliament appointed Yuriy Lutsenko, a close ally of President Poroshenko, the new Prosecutor General.

As part of his top priorities Lutsenko vowed to finally bring to justice those responsible for the killing of Euromaidan activists in the center of Kyiv more than two yers ago.

Ukraine Today is joined by Markiyan Halabala, a lawyer for Euromaidan victims' families, to discuss the progress in these cases and hopes for the future.

Watch Ukraine Today's previous interviews with Markiyan Halabala:

'Police are ignoring new findings against Berkut's role in Maidan killings'

'Ukraine cannot continue to live with corrupt judges'

Impunity for corrupt judges: 2 years after Euromaidan revolution and no judge fired

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