On May 31, 2017, the panel of judges of the Supreme Court of the Donetsk People's Republic, having examined in open court a civil case upon the application of the acting Prosecutor General of the Donetsk People's Republic for recognizing the public organization “Security and Interaction in Ukraine” of the "Stopterror" project to be extremist and for prohibiting its activities within the territory of the Donetsk People's Republic, the interested party – the Ministry of State Security of the Donetsk People's Republic, decided:
On June 1, 2017, on one of the Lenin Komsomol Park alleys took place the opening of a monument to the Donetsk children, who have been living for already three years literally on the front line. The monument by a young Moscow sculptor Denis Seleznyov, which was created due to the tremendous work of children and adult participants and sponsors of the international project of child diplomacy Peace to the World (“Miru-Mir”), was donated to Donbass children by Russian children.
The reason for the meeting with Eduard Yakubovsky, the Chairman of the Supreme Court of the Donetsk People's Republic, was the already well-known case of the 93-year-old former KGB colonel Boris Steklyar. Recall that in Ukraine the prosecutor office initiates a criminal case against him, because he eliminated in 1952 the Ukrainian nationalist Neil Khasevich and his accomplices.
The shelling on the south of the Republic by Ukrainian military forces did not stem from the arrival of Principal Deputy Chief Monitor of the OSCE SMM to Ukraine Alexander Hug in Donbass. Head of the Republic Alexander Zakharchenko said this on August 10, according to a correspondent of the official website of the DPR.
Any truce that Ukraine offers lasts 4 hours at the most. Today, on August 10, Head of the DPR Alexander Zakharchenko commented on Ukraine’s compliance with the “grain truce” and the possibility of its renewal at the beginning of the academic year, according to a correspondent of the official website of the DPR.
1. General Terms
1.1. The Code of Conduct and Service Behaviour for the judicial employees of the Donetsk People's Republic (hereinafter - the Code) has been developed in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution of the Donetsk People's Republic, the Decree No. 40-2 of the Donetsk People's Republic Council of Ministers "On the Judicial System" d/d October 22, 2014
Judicial protection of human rights and freedoms can only be ensured by competent and independent justice carried out on the basis of justice and impartiality. Such justice presupposes the observance by each judge of the rules of professional ethics, the fair and conscientious performance of their duties, the manifestation of due care for the preservation of both their personal honor and dignity and the dignity and authority of the judiciary.
The Supreme Court of the DPR conducts active legislative drafting activities, as well as other spheres of activities. The information was given to the official website of the Donetsk People's Republic correspondent in an exclusive interview with Eduard Yakubovskiy, the Chairman of the Supreme Court of the DPR.
During the regular meeting of Eduard Yakubovskiy, the Chairman of the Supreme Court of the Donetsk People's Republic, with Fiona Frazer, the UN Mission representative, the issues of interaction and cooperation between the representatives of the UN Human Rights Monitoring Mission on in Ukraine and the court system of the Donetsk People's Republic in the sphere of protection of the rights and freedoms of the citizens of the Republic were discussed.
The judicial system of the Donetsk People's Republic was enlarged – according to the decree of Alexander Zakharchenko, the Head of the DPR, dated May 19, 2017, 24 more judges of the first instance were appointed.