Savchenko wrote an appeal to Lutsenko

Савченко написала обращение к Луценко

The MP asked not to interfere with her exercise of parliamentary, public and political activities. In particular, it may not work with addresses of citizens, and to carry out “parliamentary work”.

Under arrest, the people’s Deputy Nadezhda Savchenko asks Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko and the Ombudsman Lyudmila Denisova give her the opportunity to conduct parliamentary activities. About it on Wednesday, April 11, reported on his page in Facebook.

In particular, Savchenko requests to allow her date with official assistants-consultants.

Savchenko has also published a scanned copy of both appeals.

It is noted that the MP “requires her to exercise parliamentary, public and political activities”.

“This appealed to the Ombudsman and the attorney General with appropriate references to grant permission for a date with the official assistants-consultants”, – said the press service.

In particular, the petition Denisova Savchenko, calls his imprisonment “illegal and biased” and States that it is difficult for her to exercise the powers of the MP, in particular, to work with citizens, and to carry out “parliamentary work”.

So she asks permission to visit with consultants: Protoscience, Tatiana, Tatiana and Irina Sapsay Yuzik.

In an address to Lutsenko Savchenko reminds him of a time when the politician was jailed, and later pardoned by decree at the time of President Viktor Yanukovych.

On the eve of the sister of MP Vera Savchenko, stated that Hope must now be lucky to the hospital, allegedly she asked. However, later in the SBU said that Savchenko didn’t need hospitalization.

 

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