Tymoshenko s defense kireyev publicily intimidating the defense
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"I am very concerned by the allegations and actions against Ms.
Tymoshenko, an iconic figure and the leader of the Ukrainian democratic opposition, was remanded into custody on Aug.National heroine: In this 2005 file photo supporters of Yulia Tymoshenko carry her on their shoulders during a huge rally at the Indepedence Square in Kiev to mark the first anniversary of Ukraine's Orange Revolution Born in November 1960, Yulia Tymoshenko shot to world prominence when she helped lead the 'Orange Revolution' street protests in Kiev in 2004-5 which doomed President Viktor Yanukovich's first bid for power.With her peasant-style hairbraid - her political trademark - she enthralled her supporters with fiery speeches in which she portrayed herself as the saviour of Ukraine from corruption and criminality.Tymoshenko fell out with Mr Yushchenko and was sacked in September 2005 after less than eight months in office.She was later briefly reconciled with Mr Yushchenko and had a second spell as prime minister.'I will not stop my fight': A Ukrainian Interior Ministry official asks former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko to keep quiet while judge Rodion Kireyev reads the verdict.
She was jailed for seven years for abuse of office EU foreign policy chief Baroness Ashton said she was ‘deeply disappointed’ with the verdict and warned that Ukraine’s plans to become part of the Union by signing a free trade deal were now in jeopardy.
Purge: Tymoshenko reassures her daughter, Yevgenia, as the verdict is being read out.
She compared her verdict, which she claimed was written by her longtime foe, President Viktor Yanukovych, to the horrific purges by Soviet dictator Josef Stalin She says as prime minister she did not need any special permission to order the signing of the gas deal and maintains her actions helped end a bitter pricing dispute between Moscow and Kiev, which had led to energy supply shortages across Europe.
5th, 2011, while already on trial relating to charges of abuse of office.
Both Canada and the international community have criticized the current regime of President Viktor Yanukovych for what appear to be politically motivated charges and also the selective prosecution of political opponents. Rae has designated former Member of Parliament Borys Wrzesnewskyj, a leader within the Ukrainian-Canadian community, to co-ordinate and facilitate the proposed official visit.
“Canada has played an important and critical role in Ukraine's journey towards democracy.