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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

My mum: Lyashko called cause a search of “by order” Poroshenko


The leader of the Ukrainian Radical party, Oleg Lyashko accused the country’s President Petro Poroshenko that it was on his orders, the guards came to him with a search warrant on Tuesday morning. The Prosecutor’s office said that just had the wrong address.


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“Today is the birthday of my mom. Poroshenko made the gift in part of holiday I came home with a search warrant,” said Lyashko on his page in the social network “Vkontakte”.

In turn, his colleague Andrey Lozovoy reported that on the morning the guards with a technique to break the door appeared on the threshold of the house policy. After it went to Lyashko, they apologized and said that allegedly had the wrong address.

The Prosecutor-General’s office later noted that the search was conducted in the neighboring house. This was stated press Secretary of the head of Department Larisa Sargan.

Note that Lyashko is one of the fiercest opponents of Poroshenko in the Ukraine. In may this year, his deputies on several occasions blocked the rostrum Rada with the requirement to begin investigation of corruption crimes, which, he said, implicated the Ukrainian President.

In addition, he called Poroshenko idiot due to the fact that he has signed with the EU agreement on the free trade area, which entered into force on 1 January 2016, since March Ukraine has exhausted modest limits on duty-free shipments of certain types of food in the EU.

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