The government’s “Stop Mask Show” is not curbing predatory activity by law enforcement officials, according to an Interfax-Ukraine survey of lawyers.
Tuesday, June 26, 2018

The government’s “Stop Mask Show” is not curbing predatory activity by law enforcement officials, according to an Interfax-Ukraine survey of lawyers.

The government’s “Stop Mask Show” is not curbing predatory activity by law enforcement officials, according to an Interfax-Ukraine survey of lawyers. “The number of number of complaints of citizens and businesses to the unlawful actions of some representatives of the law enforcement system is growing like a snowball,” Vladislav Grischenko, of Ario Law Firm, tells Interfax. Elena Roik, of Asters, cites a member survey by the Union of Ukrainian Entrepreneurs, where law enforcement officers took almost 300,000 actions which could be seen as pressure on business. Some of the upsurge in complaints may be due to publicity over the problem and to business people feeling empowered to push back.

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