The runaway deputy Oleksandr Onyshchenko in his interview for Hromadske said that despite the refusal of the Central Election Commission (CEC) to register his candidature for deputy and the refusal of two courts, he was able to resolve the issue after contacting Davyd Zhvania. During the parliamentary elections Zhvania was one of the authorities of the election headquarters of the PPB and according to Onyshchenko he performed special assignments of the President.
People's Deputy said that Zhvania took his $6 million allegedly for the election campaign of Petro Poroshenko Bloc. The next day Onyshchenko allegedly met with the Head of the CEC Myhaylo Okhendovsky.
"I came to him, he shook my hand, said to submit documents and tomorrow everything will be fine. On the last day before registration I was registered, though the court refused twice. That is, the main Court of Appeal. Then, after they received my "cash", Okhendovsky himself registered me," Onyshchenko said.
It is reported that Myhailo Okhendovsky was not available for comments, when the journalists of the program addressed him. The CEC press-service also has not given them any answers Neither have David Zhvania. The journalists went to his office, but the guards did not allow them in and called the police.
The journalists report that they sent the question to the press service of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko whether he knew about the sale of seats in the PPB list? Did he personally decide whom and for how much to sell the place? Who and how could use the money obtained in this way? Did Poroshenko give the order to the CEC Head to register Oleksandr Onyshchenko as a deputy?
The response received by journalists from the President’s press service said that Onyshchenko's words were a part of the information war of Russia against Ukraine.
Earlier it was reported that Special Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office (SAP) called the people's deputy Oleksandr Onyshchenko for questioning on Tuesday, December 13th.