Judge of Constitutional Court of Ukraine Ihor Slidenko, who made the report within the case of canceling officials' responsibility for acts of corruption, claimed that in his speech for the MPs, President Volodymyr Zelensky talked enough to "get 150 years in prison". The judge said so in his commentary for UNIAN.
"Don't you see what the President said in this audio message? It seems someone pushes him into that. He said enough to get 150 years in jail. The President openly urges lawmakers to remove the system of the government", Slidenko said.
Besides, the judge threatened to start a war if the President disbands the court. Thus, replying to the question of possible course of events, if the Parliament votes for presidential draft law to cease the authority of judges of the Court, Slidenko said: "Next, Ukraine will be dismembered, and the war will begin, because no one else will recognize the decisions apart from those 226 (the MPs, - 112 International). If there are any more attemps to take the Constitutional Court by force, I mean the building, it will mean war", he concluded.
Earlier, Slidenko said that he resigned due to the pressure from the President's Office.