Tomorrow, August 15, deputies of the Verkhovna Rada will consider the candidacy of Roman Maselka for the position of a member of the Supreme Council of Justice.
“While our attention is focused on the war and the fight against the external enemy, an equally historic and important struggle is taking place in Kyiv. Namely: the struggle for fair courts and true judicial reform. Our future as a democratic country depends on whether we win this struggle.
This is Roman Maselko.
In 2014, Roman saw with his own eyes the arbitrariness of Ukrainian judges during the consideration of falsified cases regarding Avtomaidan. This dramatically changed his life, and instead of a successful career in the corporate sphere, Roman devoted his life to fighting for fair trials.
For 8 years, he initiated more than 400 disciplinary cases against judges and has already achieved the release of 60 ghouls. Continues to conduct cases of victims during the Maidan and fight for the release and fair punishment of traffic police officers, prosecutors, investigators and judges of the Maidan.
Roman Maselko is a personal enemy of many corrupt judges like Wolf and Ablov, and this fact alone is enough to understand that it is people like Roman who should change this corrupt system.
Tomorrow, members of the Verkhovna Rada will consider the candidacy of Roman Maselka for the position of a member of the key judicial body – the Supreme Council of Justice, and I urge you to gather courage and finally take a confident step towards judicial reform by voting for Roman.
We will definitely win at the front and tomorrow we can bring our victory in the fight for justice closer by appointing Roman Maselka as a member of the People’s Liberation Army,” Sentsov urged.