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Security Service passes documents on Klyuyev, Shariy presence in Ukraine to CEC

Klyuyev left Ukraine in 2014 and Shariy in 2012
23:38, 3 July 2019

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The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU), Interior Ministry, and Prosecutor General’s Office passed to the Central Election Commission the document of stay of Andriy Klyuyev and Anatoliy Shariy in Ukraine, as the Security Service reported.

The SBU reported that Klyuyev left Ukraine in 2014. Ex-Head of the Presidential Administration of Viktor Yanukovych is wanted in Ukraine; his residence place in another country is not established. Moreover, Shulgine village is pointed as a place of registration, and it is situated in Russia. Thus, Klyuyev has not stayed in Ukraine since 2014 and did not cross the official checkpoints.

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It is noted that Shariy left the country in 2012 and did not enter the territory of Ukraine since then. The SBU added that the restrictive measure in the form of detention is chosen for him and he was put on the wanted list.

Central Election Commission expects new evidence for abolishing of the registration of Klyuyev and Shariy.

On July 2, the Central Election Commission registered Andriy Klyuyev as a candidate for MPs in Donetsk region. The commission explained by the decision of the Supreme Court.

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Cassation Administrative Court as part of the Supreme Court stated it considered only the evidence provided by the Central Election Commission and it was not enough to state that Klyuyev did not stay in Ukraine for the last five years.

 

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