EU people’s deputies appealed to law enforcement officers due to the adoption of the law on oligarchs


RRB, NABU and the Prosecutor’s Office are asked to assess the voting of the law on oligarchs

Opposition MPs filed applications with the NABU, the State Bureau of Investigation and the Office of the Prosecutor General with a request to sort out the voting.

Deputies of the European Solidarity parliamentary faction appealed to law enforcement agencies over the adoption of the law on oligarchs. On Tuesday, September 28, reports Interfax-Ukraine with reference to the press service of the party.

In particular, applications were submitted to the National Anti-Corruption Bureau, the State Bureau of Investigation and the Office of the Prosecutor General.

As the co-chairman of the EU faction Artur Gerasimov noted, in particular, the matter concerns the responsibility of the first vice-speaker Ruslan Stefanchuk and the presidential representative in the Constitutional Court Fedor Venislavsky.

“The opposition has introduced its own bill on the fight against oligarchy, which really allows this to be done by strengthening the rights of the Antimonopoly Committee, the NAPC and other institutions that can really do this. And according to the law that was adopted, this is a very big crime, and that is why the opposition today submits applications to law enforcement agencies under Articles 364 and 351 of the Criminal Code, “he said.

The faction is confident that the adopted law has nothing to do with the fight against oligarchs.

According to Gerasimov, the authorities need this law in order to “take away TV channels in order to persecute the opposition and to create their own new oligarchs.”

Recall The Verkhovna Rada adopted a law on de-oligarchization 23 September. It sets the criteria for who is considered an oligarch and aims to limit their influence on the country’s politics.

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