Prosecutor General is beginning the Gongadze investigation from scratch
Gongadzes mother, Lesya Gongadze, said today that the Presidents failure to keep the promises given to the European Parliament in 2005 showed one thing only. “I think that he simply cant do it.The Prosecutor General has passed the case to a new investigator, Mr Kharchenko who has to start from the beginning ..."
Council of Europe reminds Yushchenko of his promise
In an interview with UNIAN, the Council of Europe Secretary General Terry Davis has said that the CEs greatest disappointment is over the lack of real progress in solving the murder of Ukrainian journalist Georgy Gongadze.
Baby girl born in a police station
How a woman in her eighth month of pregnancy was placed in a remand prison cell and why the ambulance service saw no grounds for taking her to hospital are only two of the questions requiring answers
Death in a police station: 6 months investigation with no results
Kremenchug resident Roman Pustovy died on 18 March 2006 in the Avtozavodsky district police station. Seven months later the prosecutors office has yet to give any statement as to the cause of his death
Prosecutor General calls for measures to stem the rise in deaths and violence involving military servicemen
The Prosecutor Generals Press Service reports instructions issued in response to the worrying rise in the number of deaths of military servicemen
The number of serious crimes in Ukraine has not changed since the abolition of the death penalty
The Constitutional Court of Ukraine took a decision that application of the death penalty is unconstitutional
We have interviewed the prior of the Divine Cathedral in Kharkov father Viktor (Marynchak).