Reznik: neither Russia nor other European countries will not give Yanukovych Ukraine
Neither Russia nor Any other European country, on the square which has the Bureau of Interpol, will not give Ukraine, its former President Yanukovych And other ex-officials, despite the announcement in an international investigation as politically motivated prosecution of these individuals is obvious, says the head of the chamber of Advocates of the Russian capital, honored lawyer Henry Reznik.
on the first day of the week it was announced that on the Internet office of Interpol have any data about search Yanukovych, his son Alexander And a number of bureaucrats from the surroundings of the former President. Says the former head of the country looking for the judiciary of Ukraine " For criminal prosecution or serving of redemption. He is accused of misappropriation or embezzlement of property, abuse in a large scale or organized group.
" For me, the situation is no doubt. In accordance with the Convention on extradition, will not be disclosed to other countries, in which there is a political motivation. Here political Confrontation just on the surface. To exclude it is impossible. And because, in practice, Neither Russia Nor any other European country Yanukovych would not, " says the lawyer.
Reznik has led compare with similar circumstances prevailing around before ex-President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili, who with all the desire of the current Georgian authorities will not be released for political reasons: whatever the underlying causes of the investigation, the man was President, competed in the election, was defeated, after which were initiated complaints opponents to the predecessor.
" in such situations, even if the allegations are under the soil, however, was the villain, in fact pursued a political opponent. Confrontation And mutual political complaints on the surface. For this reason, Interpol often not even put these people wanted, immediately refuses. And then extradition can occur only on a bilateral interstate agreements, " explained the lawyer.