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Friday, March 16, 2018

Yanukovych complained of the Kiev police on disorderly conduct attorney General

The ex-President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych, now living in exile in Russia, wrote a letter to the police of Kiev Ukrainian Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko, who allegedly insulted him during a briefing on August 18.

photo: Alexander Astafyev

As reported “Interfax”, in possession of a statement of a lawyer, Yanukovych, Viktor Serdyuk, the thought that Lutsenko made a “petty hooliganism” under article 173 of the Code of administrative offenses of Ukraine (Art), is no respecter of persons and spoke about it on camera.

Article 173 Art involves the penalty for “swearing in public, offensive harassing citizens and other similar actions, violating public order and tranquility of citizens.” The maximum penalty is up to 15 days of arrest.

Moreover, Yanukovych also appealed to the qualification and disciplinary Commission of prosecutors of “gross violation of prosecutorial ethics.

An appeal was submitted and Lutsenko himself with the requirement to provide an objective investigation against Yanukovych.

The reaction of the ex-President called words of Lutsenko that he “was a weakling, a traitor to the state, which usurped power, plundered the country and destroyed the Armed forces”.

Read, Yanukovych visited Volgograd on the armored boat.

In this Lutsenko promised to the ex-President once, “that takes courage”, a confrontation, a fair trial, “and even a fair sentence.” Serdyuk, however, argues that the Prosecutor’s office in the confrontation was denied, and now intends to challenge the decision of the Supervisory authority in court.


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