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Tuesday, 15 May 2012

Prisoners of the Crimean jail (Ukraine) wanted to be treated in Berlin

Former Prime Minister of Ukraine Yulia Tymoshenko, who demnads medical treatment abroad, inspired the convicts in the Simferopol prison remand center to fight for their rights: prisoners said the leadership of jail, they want to be treated in a German clinic, "Charité".


"They put in front of prison administration claims to be examined by German doctors and sent for treatment at a clinic in Berlin," Charité "- the report says the deputy chairman of the Parliamentary Party of Regions faction in Verkhovna Rada Vadim Kolesnichenko, the text of which went to  the ITAR-Tass .
Commenting on the statement concluded, the deputy said that "the law must be the same for everyone."

On Monday, parliament speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn has sent for expert evaluation of a bill granting the prisoners in the country of medical care abroad. "The bill is small, I had sent to the appropriate committee and the staff of the Verkhovna Rada, in order that they should give their opinion," - said the speaker.
According to the newspaper VIEW, former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko , condemned to the gas business for seven years, and her colleagues are making the transfer an opposition politician for treatment abroad. However, Ukrainian legislation does not stipulate what reminded prosecutors. 
Tymoshenko is undergoing treatment at the Kharkov hospital "Ukrzheldorogi," its treatment of a doctor involved in a German clinic, "Charité" Lutz Harms.
Earlier Tymoshenko through associates said that during transportation of the colony to the hospital it was dragged in a sheet, twisting arms and legs. Employees of the colony, according to Tymoshenko, hit her in the stomach, and it is severe pain at the time unconscious. Tymoshenko  held a hunger strike  in protest against ill-treatment in prison and filed a complaint against the guards.


Later, forensic scientists  have denied  the fact that the injuries were sustained as a result of beating a prisoner. They concluded that the cause of these injuries could be a "compression of the blunt hard objects or collisions with objects."

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