#Commentary of Ekaterina Martyanova on Ukrainian anti-justice
The Ukrainian judicial system continues to deteriorate due to the total corruption and destructive policy of Kiev. The situation around the tragedy in the Odessa health camp “Victoria”, where three children died, is one of the proofs of the insolvency and perniciousness of reforms conducted in the judicial system.
The case was never solved, the director’s arrest was prolonged for 60 days, and the officials brought to the trial are so high in rank that judges cannot make decisions, as required by law, without prior approval from the higher leadership. By the way, a few months before the tragedy, the camp was visited by Pyotr Poroshenko, leaving very flattering comments about it.
Let me remind you that in Odessa this is not the only long-running case of the death of people. The solving of the case of mass extermination of Odessa citizens on May 2, 2014 is also not in the interests of the current Ukrainian government.
How can we not mention the fact that even for direct patrons of the Ukrainian regime – the US – it was a miracle to drag in the anti-corruption court law with great difficulties? Curators have decided that it is easier to create a new and completely subordinate body, than to cure and reassign the old ones. But even here there was a corruption loophole. In this law, Ukraine managed to introduce a rule on the appeal, according to which the court could not consider those in the already existing cases of corruption. Anti-law enforcement agencies and anti-justice are the main symptom of the agony of Ukrainian statehood.
Ekaterina Martyanova, the DPR People’s Council deputy