Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine asked supporters of Acting Healthcare Minister Ulyana Suprun not to participate in the flashmob “file request to the Prosecutor General’s Office on lifting immunity from Mosiychuk” (Ihor Mosiychuk, the MP from the Radical Party pf Lyashko, who sued against Suprun), as spokesperson of the office Andriy Lysenko reported on Facebook.
“Recently a flashmob “file request to the Prosecutor General’s Office on lifting immunity from Mosiychuk” was organized. Let’s face it: it is a common flashmob for you and the necessity to process over 3,000 requests and give replies during five days for us. There is no need to explain that it is almost impossible physically,” Lysenko wrote.
He emphasized that “MP’s immunity will not be lifted” after such number of the letters to the Prosecutor General’s Office.
Lysenko reminded that one the immunity of Mosiychuk was lifted; however, the court canceled this decision. The criminal case against the MP was passed to the NABU and then to the National Police.
“Now we consider the possibility to define the investigative jurisdiction in the criminal proceeding by the prosecutors of the State Investigation Bureau,” he added.
As we reported, Suprun's role as acting health minister was questioned by MP from the Radical Party of Lyashko Ihor Mosiychuk. The court explained that such a decision was made as Suprun has dual citizenship. Apart from the Ukrainian one, she also has a U.S. passport.
The government of Ukraine expressed the support of Suprun, as well as the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, did.
On February 7, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine appealed the decision of the court on the suspension of Ulyana Suprun.