Ukraine: Protesters attend 'March of Justice' in Lviv

Dozens of people attended a “march of justice” in support of Ukrainian political prisoners, Lviv, Saturday.
Participants of volunteer battalions and members of right-wing forces gathered near the monument to the late Ukrainian writer Ivan Franko. From there, the column moved to the office of National Security Agency.
Protesters chanted slogans such as "Bandits in prison, freedom to patriots," "Free people have guns" and "Volunteers are not criminals."
Reportedly, there are currently around 50 political prisoners in Ukraine.