The Prosecutor’s office sent to court indictment against the former people’s Deputy from KPU Alexander

Прокуратура направила в суд обвинительный акт против экс-нардепа от КПУ Александровской

The Prosecutor’s office sent the district court in the Kharkiv region the indictment against the former people’s Deputy from KPU Alexander. About this informed the lawyer of the suspect Alexander Pasternak, reports “Interfax”.

According to protection, the court extended the measure of restraint in the form of Alexandrov-hour house arrest for another 60 days.

“The Prosecutor’s office sent the indictment in Kharkov district court in connection with the defense today filed a petition for determination of jurisdiction,” said Pasternak.

According to him, the defence submits that this case is under the jurisdiction of the Dzerzhinsky district court of Kharkiv, because of the crimes, which accused the former MP, according to the investigators, occurred in the eponymous district of the city, in addition, it would be “geographically convenient”.

We will remind, on June 28, the former first Secretary of the Kharkiv regional Committee of the Communist party of Ukraine Alla Alexandrovskaya was detained by employees of security Service of Ukraine.

According to the SBU, the former leader of the Communists of Kharkov Alla Alexander and her son Alexander on the instructions of Russian special services gave bribes to the creation of special region “Slobozhanschina”. Later it became known that Alexander declared suspicion in two articles – article 110 and article 369 of the criminal code.

Alexander and her son allegedly tried to bribe the leadership and the deputies of local councils of the region for acceptance at sessions of the references to Parliament and to the President concerning amendments to the Constitution on the issues of federalism. For the signature under the document, the Communists offered 9 thousand dollars.

Note, in late June, the court left under guards of Kharkiv ex-Communist Alexander for 60 days. Since then, the Appellate court left the accused in custody. In October, Alexander extended the house arrest of 60 days.