The court was not allowed Martynenko in Switzerland

Суд не пустил Мартыненко в Швейцарию

Mykola Martynenko in court (archive)

The ex-MP had to leave Ukraine to protect their rights, assured the lawyer.

Solomensky regional court of Kiev refused satisfaction of the petition of former people’s Deputy Mykola Martynenko about the change of the preventive measure of the obligation not to leave without permission from Kiev and Kiev region, as well as to submit documents for travel abroad. This was announced by the lawyer, Martynenko Peter Boyko, informs UKRINFORM.

“Today was a petition to change the obligations of, restrict freedom of movement. This motion was submitted in connection with the fact that Switzerland is a criminal case where Martynenko was accused, and now the Prosecutor who handled the case, he was accused, as he was dealing with a violation of the law, against it criminal case is already brought,” – said Boyko.

The lawyer said that Martynenko had to leave Ukraine to protect their rights as a victim: “that was the motivation. The Solomensky court refused.”

Recall that Martynenko was detained April 20, in the investigation of criminal proceedings on the fact of plunder of means of VostGOK in the amount of 17 million dollars.

But April 22, the court released on bail Martynenko. He vouched for 15 MPs and several Ministers.