Ukraine's Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko signed the notice of suspicion of Nadiya Savchenko, the MP who was detained in the session hall of the Ukrainian Parliament under charges with preparing a terrorist act and the attempt of coup d'etat. The press service of Prosecutor General's office reported that on Thursday.
The scandalous MP was proclaimed a suspect in her lawyer's presence.
Immediately after MP stripped Savchenko off the immunity, she was detained and taken to the main office of Ukraine's state security service, the SBU.
Nadiya Savchenko was detained right after lifting her immunity by the parliament. She was informed of suspicion and detained in the building of the Verkhovna Rada, 112 Ukraine TV channel reported.
The MPs have practically enabled Savchenko's detention by their vote.
"Based on the decision of Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on March 22, 2018 to remove deputy immunity from the MP of Ukraine Nadia Savchenko, granting the permission to bring to criminal responsibility, detention, and selection of a preventive measure, you are informed of suspicion. Here are your rights and duties, and I suggest that you follow me to the Kyiv SBU to draw up the detention protocol provided by the legislation of Ukraine,” Security Service investigator read the notice.
The deputy, after reading out the suspicion notice left the Verkhovna Rada building along with the law enforcers. The deputy together with the SBU investigators walked along the street to the building of the special service in Kyiv, surrounded by numerous supporters and journalists.