The Prosecutor General's office of Ukraine has accused Lyashko and Mosiychuk torture people
The people's Deputy of the Radical party Igor Mosiychuk said that the main Prosecutor's office of Ukraine opened a case against him and the head of a party of Oleh Lyashko, suspecting them of organizing illegal groups in the kidnapping and torture of people.
"Yesterday (August 28), it was announced that the General Prosecutor's office opened about me and the leader of "Radical party" Oleg Lyashko fresh criminal cases. This time Shokin and "Firm" blame us in organizing illegal groups, kidnapping, unlawful deprivation of liberty and torture, " said Mosiychuk on his page in Facebook.
according to his statement, a case initiated by a written statement of the ex-battalion commander "Aydar" Sergei Melnychuk. Thus Mosiychuk sure that these cases are about the fact that the attorney General "on the direct orders of President Poroshenko continues to fabricate criminal cases" against those who refuse to vote for changes to the Constitution to decentralize power.
Happy June 3 deprived Melnychuk Deputy of confidentiality and consents to the bringing him to justice under the criminal code. Main article, which accused the ex-commander of the battalion " Aidar ", - the development of an illegal organization. The court granted in full the petition of Prosecutor's office and elected Melnichuk a measure of restraint in the form of collateral in 14 thousand dollars.
The constitutional Court of Ukraine at the end of July recognized in conformity with the Constitution of the presidential draft of the constitutional amendments on decentralization of power and the norm of the transitional provisions of the draft, which stipulates that the special status of Donbass is defined by a separate legislative act. After the positive conclusion of the constitutional court, the deputies will consider the draft changes in the first reading a minimum of 226 votes, for the final adoption of the document at the second reading it is obliged to Express support for a constitutional overwhelming majority of 300 votes. Consideration in the first reading is expected on August 31.