war crimes in Ukraine

The Tribunal for Putin (T4P) global initiative was set up in response to the all-out war launched by Russia against Ukraine in February 2022.

A dweller of Lviv won a case against the local energy suppliers

O. Koliasa, Lviv
Energy suppliers have a rather efficient lever to press on those, who systematically do not pay for the consumed energy: they can cut the debtor from the mains. It is much more complicated for those organizations that supply heat and water. To cut heat from a separate flat in a big block of flats is technically complicated. But heat suppliers, as it was in Lviv, cut off customers on a large scale: all the summer and most of the autumn they did not give hot water. One local radio station held the Internet poll in Lviv, asking them how they assess the situation with hot water supply. The most patient people hope for the better in future. The most of the responses are difficult to identify, whether they are serious or jocular. Not few Lviv inhabitants answered that they travel to take a bath to Ternopil to friends and relatives. It is not quite at hand – 140 kilometers in one direction. But beggars must not be choosers…
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