Delivery Nasirov blocked MPs – NABOO

Доставку Насирова блокировали нардепы – НАБУ

Employees of NABOO blocked near the Institute of cardiology named. Strazhesko

Roman Nasirov two hours could not deliver in the intensive care unit.

MPs within two hours blocked the entrance to the intensive care unit of the cardiology Institute. Strazhesko, where he had been suspended during the investigation as head of the State fiscal service (GFS) Roman Nasirov.

About it reports a press-service of the National anticorruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU).

“People’s deputies of Ukraine, which prevented the employees of the National anticorruption Bureau of Ukraine on March 4 to deliver the head of GFS for examination in a specialized medical institution, has violated the law”, – stated in the message.

The facts of impeding the actions of the officers of the Bureau were videotaped.

“These materials will be further transferred to competent authorities with the aim of granting a legal assessment to unlawful actions of the deputies”, – stressed in the Department and asked MPs not to obstruct the work of law enforcement officers.

In the NEB noted that from the moment of detention within 72 hours Nasirov is in custody and any interference with the actions of the detectives is a criminal offence (article 343 of the Criminal code of Ukraine).

According to Ukrainian Pravda, the staff of the NEB let several deputies from the bloc of Petro Poroshenko.

“Nasirova was brought to the cardiology Institute. Strazhesko… There already were watching the deputies of the BPP, among them Gleb zagoriy and Valery Davidenko,” – said the source publication.

As reported Корреспондент.netinvestigators NAB the suspect handed the head of the SFS Novel Nasirova in the hospital of Feofania in the investigation of the “gas business”. After that, according to the doctors, he was diagnosed with myocardial infarction.

It is argued that Nasirov caused damage to the state of UAH 2 billion.

In turn, the head of the SFS asked them not to do premature conclusions.

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