Lutsenko left the meeting of the Committee for the fight

Луценко покинул заседание комитета из-за ссоры

Lutsenko did not keep emotions

The attorney General entered into a verbal altercation with a Deputy, Sergei Shakhov.

Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko with the scandal left the meeting of the procedural Committee of the Verkhovna Rada for consideration the submission of the withdrawal of immunity and the arrest of people’s Deputy Maxim Polyakov.

He entered into a verbal altercation with a Deputy, Sergei Shakhov (“will of the people”). They began to argue who gets killed, and then Lutsenko said Shakhov: “are You covering up corruption” and began to Bang his hand on the table, according to 112.ua.

“The atmosphere in this Committee, clowning the so-called protection, links to events, not related to the examination, are all methods to mislead the society and to defocus from the concrete fact: the assistant Deputy on his behalf receives bribes, buys for these mobile phones, which are fixed in the Protocol,” he said.

After the break, the Prosecutor came to the meeting of the Committee.

Head of SAP Nazar Golodnitsky called the events a circus. “These circuses, which have been, emotional speech, gestures, we are not on X-Factor. We are in Committee. I want these ideas, these criminal proceedings was considered in the context of law and jurisprudence exclusively. Everything else will attest to the fact that we probably do not have the political will or something else in order to make the lawful decision,” he said.

Recall that today the Procedural Committee of Parliament considering the request of the withdrawal of immunity and the arrest of the Deputy Polyakov.

As reported, on 5 July, the Committee did not support the removal of inviolability from the people’s Deputy from the Radical party Andrei Lozovoy.

On 4 July the Committee did not support the removal of inviolability from the people’s Deputy Oles Dovgy (“will of the people”).

On 3 July the Committee did not support the idea of the GPU on lifting immunity of MP from the popular front Eugene Dade.

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