Ex-Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine from Party of regions Vadim Kolesnichenko is not willing to go for interrogation by the security Service of Ukraine (SBU), which "serves not law, and political order," he said Last news .
The security service of Ukraine caused Kolesnichenko for questioning in the form of a suspect in the case, which was instituted under article "infringement of the territorial integrity And inviolability of Ukraine" and " violation of equality of people depending on Their race, racionalnosti or attitude to religion ". Kolesnichenko is obliged to appear for questioning on September 17th And 18th.
"I of crimes he did not commit. SBU Is a foreign intelligence Agency, which consists of unskilled And incompetent people who do not serve the law, and political order ", - said Kolesnichenko.
according to his statement, he had done nothing wrong." I did not kill, did not call to terror. I collected the integrity of Ukraine And called for those who destroyed the Ukrainian state And people. And now for me Is trying to blame? I even funny to hear It. It's all innuendo And nonsense ", - said Kolesnichenko.
Former MP believes that to appear before the court obliged the current government of Ukraine, "the foreign money And with the help of foreign special services made a coup" And are responsible for the deprivation of life of hundreds of dissidents." I am convinced that They will be attracted to a street court. After the usurpers And corruption will be swept away by the anger of the people, I will gladly appear before the investigation, to continue the public prosecution for closeconnections policy for vegetation poor people on the political fringes of Europe, the destruction of a peaceful future in the country of Ukraine, " said the former MP.
today Kolesnichenko lives in Sebastopol And do not wish to return to Ukraine.
Adopted by the Parliament in January 2014, in the midst of the protests on the main square of Kiev, on the initiative at that time, the ruling Party of regions laws were significantly tightened the rules of holding mass events, introduced criminal liability for libel, allowed the blocking of Internet resources without punishment the court. Then the opposing political force called these laws " draconian ". Their adoption has led to the aggravation of confrontation between the Maidan And the authorities. At the end of January, the laws were abolished.
A month later, in Ukraine there was a coup. The Verkhovna Rada ousted Viktor Yanukovych from power, changed the Constitution And called early presidential elections, the results of which the new head of state became Petro Poroshenko. Fresh authorities began to sue the bureaucrats of the Yanukovych criminal cases.