Interpol did not want to declare a wanted ex-candidate for President of Ukraine
Ukrainian Bureau of Interpol refused to declare in tracing the former the Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine and former presidential candidate, Renat Kuzmin, because its a matter of " political nature ".
" The office of gensekretariata Interpol came to the conclusion that the case on suspicion Kuzmina is primarily political in nature. Consequently, the information on it (the case Kuzmin) removed from all databases of Interpol, what informed all member countries of the organization. Further interaction on the case through Interpol channels cannot be carried out ", - reported in a published document, Ukrburo Interpol, which leads TASS. Kuzmin was declared wanted by the Ministry of internal Affairs of Ukraine in June 2014 on the fact of illegal detention of the former head of the Ministry of internal Affairs Yuriy Lutsenko in 2010. In 2006-10, Kuzmin worked as Deputy, and in 2010-13, first Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine. He was responsible for the management of the inquiry is particularly important task. Under his leadership, was investigated case against ex-President Leonid Kuchma, former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko and a number of other senior bureaucrats. He also worked as Deputy Secretary of the security Council. Kuzmin ran for early elections of the President of Ukraine may 25, 2014, He scored 0, 1% of the vote went to the polls.