The High Council of justice (CSJ) argued that the complaints against the judge Larisa Sokol, which refused to apply a measure of restraint for Mikhail Saakashvili, has nothing to do with this case. About it reports a press-service of VSP.
They call it “planned work VSP to handle disciplinary complaints” and asked the media to “refrain from attempts to give disciplinary activities of the chambers of political subtext, as well as to tie the consideration of these complaints in case of M. Saakashvili.”
GSP said, when and what was reported on Sokol.
The first complaint was received on 14 March 2017 from the citizen Alexander Pikalov. According to GSP, this complaint is first included in the agenda for consideration at a meeting of the chamber on 13 December 2017. The complaint relates to “misconduct of the judge of Pechersky district court of Kyiv Tsokol L. and.”. We are talking about a judge the case of the failure in the Unified register of pre-judicial investigations information on the basis of statements about a criminal offence.
The second complaint was received on 11 April 2017 from the citizen Nikolay Kharchenko. VSP found the complaint admissible and made it to the agenda for consideration at a meeting of the chamber on 24 November 2017 7 December 2017. According to the Complainant, Sokol made a number of violations during consideration of the motion Genprokuratury (case No. 757/12715/17-K).
The First meeting of the Disciplinary Commission for consideration of complaints on 22 December 2017, reported to the VSP.
Earlier it was reported that the High Council of justice (SCJ) will consider two complaints against the judge of Pechersky regional court of Kiev Larisa Sokol, which 11 Dec declined to apply the measure to the policy of Mikhail Saakashvili.