Prosecutor General's Office appeals decision of court to release Saakashvili

Source : 112 Ukraine

The date of the consideration of the appeal is not determined yet
17:43, 15 December 2017

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The Prosecutor General's Office (GPU) appealed the decision of the court not to choose the house arrest with the ankle monitor as the restrictive measure for Mikheil Saakashvili, the leader of 'Rukh Novykh Syl' Party. It is stated on the official website of the GPU.

It is noted that Andry Hovorushchak, the prosecutor filed an appeal on December 15.

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The judicial panel consisting of three judges will consider it. However, the date of the consideration of the appeal is not determined yet.

Pechersk Court of Kyiv refused the Prosecutor General’s Office to choose the home arrest as the restriction measure for Mikheil Saakashvili. Now the next court hearing is scheduled for December 14.

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The Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine (GPU) called Mikheil Saakashvili, the former president of Georgia for the questioning as the suspect in a few criminal proceedings at 9:30 am. on December 18.

As we reported earlier, on Friday night the enforcement officers detained ex-governor of Odesa region Mikheil Saakashvili and took him to the Security Service department, where he was placed in a detention facility. He is accused of supporting a criminal group.

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On December 5, Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko announced that the protests organized by Saakashvili had been financed by allies of ex-President Yanukovych. As proof, he made public the audio file, in which Saakashvili’s aide is talking to a trustee of oligarch Serhiy Kurchenko. Saakashvili called these accusations “fake”.

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