On disclosure by the people’s Deputy Nadezhda Savchenko of the names of the missing and prisoners of the Ukrainian military personnel can be criminal proceedings.
Such opinion in the comment «Ukrainian truth» expressed by the representative of the Secretariat of the Verkhovna Rada Commissioner for human rights Mikhail Chaplya.
«The law says about a special order of publication of information on soldiers. And the majority of people, missing or captured on site ORDO is our military. There is a violation of the law on combating terrorism. In this aspect, it is possible to open criminal proceedings on the case,» said Chaplyga.
However, Chaplyga notes that some human rights activists welcomed the initiative Savchenko, as and welcomes any steps to accelerate the release of Ukrainian hostages.
«If there are people who believe that their right to privacy violated, they can apply. Can be opened criminal proceedings under article 182 of the criminal code — illegal collection, storage, use, dissemination of information about a person without his consent. The proceeding can be commenced by a preliminary investigator or Prosecutor only on the basis of the statement», — said Chaplyga.
January 10, people’s Deputy Nadezhda Savchenko has published the lists of prisoners in ORDA on the territory of the Russian Federation and missing. Advisor to the Chairman of the SBU Yuriy tandit noted that the lists Savchenko — is incorrect.
Recall, 27 December 2016 representatives of groups «DNR» and «LNR» declared that they are ready to return to Ukraine 47 hostages in exchange for 690 terrorism suspects citizens. Between those earlier, Savchenko said about the agreement with militants allegedly on the exchange of detainees 226 52 Ukrainian prisoner.
In late December, the Ukrainian side as a gesture of goodwill, handed over 15 people from the list of fighters in the hope that Russia will unblock the process of liberation 58-Ukrainian hostages being held in the uncontrolled territories.
On disclosure of the names of Savchenko, the Ukrainian military can make a case — the office of the Ombudsman 11.01.2017