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The trial in the Poroshenko case was postponed – what happened

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Politician’s lawyer said the case was never legal

Petro Poroshenko. Photo: collage “Today”

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Appeal meeting on a complaint against the decision of the Pechersky District Court of the capital on the choice of a measure of restraint as a personal commitment the fifth president of Ukraine, the leader of the European Solidarity, Petro Poroshenko, was postponed to February 11 at 11:00. The reason is that the case materials were not handed over from the Pechersk Court.

This is reported by “Today”.

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“We see that this is a case that, in my opinion, has never been legal. On the contrary, what the Prosecutor General’s Office says. This is not some kind of routine matter, this is not the same law for all, but this is a purely political matter”– said the lawyer Ilya Novikov.

According to the lawyer, he does not know why the case materials were not brought, but he has an assumption.

“We talked about this from the very beginning – there is pressure on the Office of the Prosecutor General. The fact that Irina Venediktova left, left twice, on a one-day vacation, when it was necessary to sign Poroshenko’s suspicion and when it was necessary to agree on the petition for Poroshenko’s arrest. In the meantime, she says no, it’s all right, I completely agree with my subordinates. It’s not like that”Novikov said.

Suspicion to the fifth president

  • Petro Poroshenko was declared suspected on December 20. He is charged with high treason and assistance in the activities of terrorist organizations “DNR” and “LNR”.
  • The fifth president is suspected of participating in a criminal scheme for the supply of coal from the temporarily occupied territories for a total amount of about 1.5 billion hryvnias.
  • On January 17, the fifth president of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, flew from Warsaw to Kiev. The return of the politician was stormy. The security forces cordoned off the airport in the morning, and the politician’s supporters met him near the terminal.
  • In addition, Poroshenko’s passport was confiscated at passport control, but returned after 15 minutes. According to the politician, the situation was resolved only thanks to the large number of journalists who flew with him.
  • On January 19, the Pechersky District Court of Kiev chose a measure of restraint for the leader of the European Solidarity, Petro Poroshenko. He was released on personal bond. However, the politician’s property was arrested.
  • The prosecutor’s office asked the court to choose a measure of restraint for Petro Poroshenko in the form of arrest for a period of two months. As an alternative to arrest, prosecutors asked the court to set a bail for Poroshenko in the amount of one billion hryvnias.
  • After that, the Office of the Prosecutor General filed an appeal against the court’s decision to impose a preventive measure against the fifth President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko.

Source From: Segodnya

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