Court allows live broadcasting of Tymoshenko's sentencing
- Tymoshenko finds no proof of own guilt in prosecution's materials
- Tymoshenko challenges authenticity of key prosecution evidence
- Ukrainian court refuses to admit into evidence documents requested by Tymoshenko
- Tymoshenko wants "gas case" materials announced in full
- Tymoshenko petitions to be heard on Thursday
- Tymoshenko: Case materials missing
- Tymoshenko requests medical checkup once again
- Tymoshenko blames Yanukovich for detrimental gas contracts
- Tymoshenko allowed to see personal doctor, her health satisfactory
KIEV, September 9 - RAPSI. The court has partially sided with former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko's request to allow her trial to be filmed, by allowing filming of her sentencing hearing, RIA Novosti reported from the courtroom on Thursday.
The first hearings of Tymoshenko's case were broadcast on television. However, the court later prohibited filming when it started hearing witness testimony.
The Ukrainian Prosecutor Generals Office has charged Tymoshenko with abuse of power in connection with her approval of a Russian gas contract in 2009, when she was serving as prime minister. She was arrested on August 5.
During the Thursday hearing, Tymoshenko said the court may issue its judgment by the end of next week.