Former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko's appeal hearing against her seven-year jail sentence on abuse of office charges has been postponed yet again..
Ukraine's High Specialized Court ruled that the hearing will now be on July 12, after the Euro 2012 football championships are over.
Ms Tymoshenko's lawyers dismissed the decision as an attempt by the government to drag out the case and prevent her from seeking justice at the European Court of Human Rights.
Ms Tymoshenko says that president Viktor Yanukovych jailed her to bar her from politics.
The West has condemned her conviction as politically motivated. The jailing of the country's top opposition leader has led to a boycott of Euro 2012 matches in Ukraine by EU officials.