The former head of the city administration said that he did not know about the plan forced the dissolution of the Maidan
The former head of the Kiev city administration Alexander Popov, the defendant in the case of the dispersal of protests in November 2013, said that he did not know about the upcoming operation to disperse people.
on the night of 30 November 2013, the police dispersed a rally in Central Kiev in support of Ukraine's European integration. The Ukrainian authorities have realized that the police used force disproportionately. Against the leadership of Kiev, including Popov, was filed under the criminal code on abuse of power, but in February 2014 it was closed under the Amnesty. After the coup in Ukraine, the General Prosecutor's office again brought the case under the criminal code Against ex-officials, this time under the item " illegal interference with the conduct of meetings And rallies ".
"If I knew, I would have done everything to avoid it. And you sincerely say that I didn't know And no hints that this could happen, was not