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General Prosecutor’s Office hands in note of suspicion to MP Dobkin
16:31, 14 July 2017
General Prosecutor’s Office hands in note of suspicion to MP Dobkin

“They said they will not arrest me,” the deputy said

16:31, 14 July 2017

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Ukraine’s General Prosecutor’s Office handed in a note of suspicion to Opposition Bloc MP Mykhailo Dobkin. MP talked to the journalists on air of 112 Ukraine TV channel.

“I was explained the rights, duties, I was handed over the suspicion note, I signed it, now I'm going to the first questioning. It is unclear when there hearing will start, but not today definitely. They said, they will not detain me. I do not understand why Verkhovna Rada voted for it. It’s a waste of time and paper. The hearing can be either tomorrow, or on Monday, or Tuesday, I do not influence it. In court, I will come to every investigative action and not leave the country without permission, or bail. I also want to say that I will defend myself not only in Ukraine, but also outside the country. I have already received several proposals of lawyers in Europe. I will also try to contact lawyers from the United States,” he said.

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As it was reported earlier Ukrainian Parliament approved bringing MP Dobkin to justice. Former mayor of Kharkiv city faced charges with several tough crimes, including kidnapping, power abuse and creating a criminal organization.

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