Former chief editor of the Ukrainian newspaper "Vesti" Igor Guzhva, suspected of intentional tax evasion, said on the last working day of the week, which has Made for himself a pledge in the amount of about 47 thousand dollars.
On Tuesday, the Shevchenkovsky district court of Kiev chose the Guzhva a measure of restraint in the form of pledge in the amount of about 47 thousand dollars. The prosecution insisted on bail in the sum about 800 thousand dollars, But the court considered it too high. The court also ordered the Guzhva to surrender to the authorities passport and not to leave his residence in Kiev without the legalization of the investigator.
"Settling the status of a suspect. Made a pledge. Notified about this investigator. Hand over the passport. Any movement in the country (for example, to parents in Slavyansk) - now only with the legalization of the investigator, Prosecutor or court. The limits of movement will appeal. But as long as I live with it, " wrote Guzhva on his page in Facebook.
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. In his vision, the case of the UK is built on fraud and " in the courts it will collapse ".