Lutsenko was at work during protests, doesn’t need a blanket

Source : 112 Ukraine

The Prosecutor General says that when the protesters were near his house, he was working on releasing Ukrainian captives in Donbas
16:34, 9 December 2017

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The Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko commented on the protests next to his house, saying he was working on releasing Ukrainian captives. He also said that the NABU can’t break laws, as Lutsenko wrote on his Facebook.

“Saturday is always a working day for me. Right during the protest of ecstatic “fighters” I held a meeting on solving important issues about exchanging our prisoners of war. I don’t need a checkered blanket. First of all, I work honestly. Secondly, I’ve never (unlike their idol Saakashvili) run away from my country,” he wrote.

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The Prosecutor General also added that the NABU, which the protesters came to defend, has to work according to the law. He emphasized that the issue of serious law violations by the NABU won’t be changed by pressuring him.

As it was reported earlier, AutoMaidan activists organized a protest under Lutsenko’s house today.

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