Yuriy Lutsenko, just fired Prosecutor General of Ukraine, said that for the past year he has been forcing himself to attend his work, as working in the current legislative field was “slavery.” He has assured that after the resignation, he is going to create a Fund for the Support of Ukrainian Books. Yuriy Lutsenko told this during a meeting of the Verkhovna Rada, 112 Ukraine reported.
“During the last year, I have been forcing myself to attend my work, because Verkhovna Rada actually stopped any changes in legislation, and this was not a work in the current legislative field, but rather it was slavery. The legislative field is, to put it mildly, imperfect,” Lutsenko commented.
When asked about his future plans, Lutsenko replied that he would create a Fund for Supporting the Ukrainian Book.
“I can’t imagine how I won’t spend 12 hours at work on Monday. But I have something to heal after prison and after holding this office. And I plan to create a Fund to Support the Ukrainian Book, this is what I’m interested in. I’ll do it soon,” Lutsenko noted.
Late evening August 29, Verkhovna Rada of the 9th convocation agreed to dismiss Yuriy Lutsenko from the post of Prosecutor General of Ukraine.