Former chief editor of the Ukrainian newspaper "Vesti" Igor Guzhva said on the first day of the week that the court within 72 hours is required to consider the idea of election to it measures of restraint in the case of intentional tax evasion.
According to his statement, a case under the criminal code is built on fraud and " in the courts it will collapse ". Former editor-in-chief also said that was not afraid to return to Ukraine, although concerns were ".
"Was interrogated (Monday). Now the court, which is obliged to pass within 72 hours, " wrote Guzhva on his page century
According on the page Guzhva video with his commentary after the interrogation, the investigator prepares a submission to the court for an election to it measures of restraint. Thus Guzhva added that article of the criminal code, which he's charged, does not provide for the election of a measure of restraint in the form of arrest, but only softer alternative measures of restraint.
The state fiscal service of Ukraine in mid-June as part of a pretrial investigation, opened in April last year on suspicion of officers of LLC "News Media" in the tax evasion, fraudulent business and permission of the parish money laundering, conducted a search in the office of the media holding "Vesti" in Kiev. Thus, According to the Guzhva, the tax police has not provided documents to search.
on Wednesday, the media holding "News of Ukraine" said Guzhva has left the company and no longer carries out management activities and supervise the editorial policy of the media holding assets. He also put the range of possibilities of the chief editor of the newspaper " Vesti ". On the last working day of the week Guzhva was declared wanted on suspicion of intentional tax evasion amounting to about 833 thousand dollars.