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Restrictive measure for Nasirov extended for two months, — media
22:28, 26 June 2017
Restrictive measure for Nasirov extended for two months, — media

Thus the ex-head of State Fiscal Service will remain under house arrest and wear his ankle monitor, the amount of bail remains unchanged

22:28, 26 June 2017

Unian

Solomiansky District Court of Kyiv extends restrictive measure for suspended Head of State Fiscal Service Roman Nasirov for two months. This was reported by Hromadske.

Restrictive measure was extended in the form of $3.84 million bail. Thus, Nasirov will remain under house arrest and wear his ankle monitor.

"The prosecutor’s request was fully granted. Nasirov is still charged with duties and posted bail remains," it was reported.

Prosecutor added that the results of forensic examination are expected within a week.

The former head of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine is suspected in abuse of authority and embezzlement of public funds totaling some $74 million. Investigation considers that Nasirov, acting in the interests of MP Onyshchenko, groundlessly provided tax obligations by installments for a number of enterprises in terms of "gas case".

Related: Commission of Ukrainian Ministry of Healthcare does not confirm Nasirov’s diagnosis, — NABU

Related: Nasirov claims he handed over all documents allowing to leave country

Related: NABU to check legal origin of bail posted for Nasirov’s release

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