Groisman: Klyuev and Melnychuk have the ability to deprive privacy
Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman on Wednesday said in Parliament received the submission of the Prosecutor General on the deprivation of privacy 2 people's deputies Sergey Klyuev and Sergey Melnichuk, the relevant Committee is Pleased to see this question.
Yesterday the Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin said that independent MPs Klyuev suspected of fraud, embezzlement and abuse of power, to it threatens till ten years of imprisonment. Klyuev was formerly a member of the former ruling Party of regions, he is the brother of former Secretary of the NSDC of Ukraine Andrey Klyuev, who also headed the administration of former President Viktor Yanukovych. Melnychuk, a former commander of the volunteer battalion "Aidar" suspected of organizing an illegal organization, he could face a prison sentence for life.
"Yesterday (Tuesday) in the Parliament received a submission from the Prosecutor General's office on removal of parliamentary privacy with 2 people's deputies, namely Sergey Klyuev and Sergey Melnichuk