GPU is a search Mosiychuk

The Deputy of the Party Lyashko Andrey Lozovoy reported about searches in the office of the Deputy Igor Mosiychuk. In the GPU argue that the searches are irrelevant to the political activities of the MP. So, Lozova in his Facebook wrote that «Mosiychuk – search».

«The office, officially registered in the Verkhovna Rada website. Also searched the home of lawyer Andrew Hominy», — he wrote.

On the website BP provided the only parliamentary reception, located in Vasilkov by address Kievskaya str., No. 97.

Hominy in your Facebook said that the demonstrations in his apartment on Prince street Zaton in Kiev. In the comments under the post Hominy lawyer Inna Rafalski noted that the case concerns the economy.

In turn, the press Secretary of the Prosecutor General Larisa Sargan reported that «searches are now being conducted by the Main investigation Department of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine, have nothing to do with the political activities of Deputy Chairman».

«All details later,» she added.

She did not specify how to address being searched.

Recall, September 17, 2015 in the Verkhovna Rada showed a video testifying to the bribery of the Chairman, and the Parliament gave consent to bringing him to justice and arrest.

Militiamen detained the Chairman, having made a search of his car near the Verkhovna Rada.

Mosiychuk accused under several articles: bribery, disorderly conduct, threats or violence against official person performing public duties, interference in the judiciary, or the threat of violence against judges.

On September 18 the Pechersk district court of Kiev chose for Mosiychuk a measure of restraint in form of detention for a period of 60 days.

The same day, the colleagues of the Deputy have registered in the Supreme administrative court the claim about recognition illegal decisions of the Verkhovna Rada to consent to the criminal prosecution, detention and arrest of the Chairman.

In the end, Mosiychuk was released.

GPU is a search Mosiychuk 07.02.2017

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