Donetsk, Apr 16 – DAN. The Ukrainian people's Tribunal on the Poroshenko's regime crimes has heard nine witnesses today.
"The UPT has questioned nine witnesses who testified on the block of crimes connected to war propaganda. They told the tribunal about violence and families divided by the war propaganda," the Tribunal chairwoman Elena Shishkina said.
She adjourned the court till April 17.
The court embarked on Monday on the fourth block of crimes committed by Poroshenko's regime, the files concern crimes of war propaganda, which is punishable by up to two years of community payback or arrest for two-six month period, or imprisonment up to three years in accordance with the Article 436 of the Ukrainian Criminal Code.
Earlier, the Tribunal reviewed charges brought up against Poroshenko’s regime concerning using armed forces against civilians; establishment of the illegal armed groups; tortures, robberies and lootings.
The UPT has brought up charges against eight Poroshenko’s regime officials at its first session on March 26. Ukraine’s president Petr Poroshenko, the minister of internal affairs Arsen Avakov, secretary of the national security and defense council of Ukraine Aleksandr Turchynov, prime minister Vladimir Groisman, commander-in-chief of the armed forces of Ukraine Viktor Muzhenko, defense minister Stepan Poltorak, chairman of the Verkhovnaya Rada Andrey Parubiy, ex-prime-minster Arseniy Yatsenyuk were charged.
The cases will be tried and files reviewed in accordance with the Ukrainian legislation and international law.*ot