The party of the fifth President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko European Solidarity is preparing a submission to the Constitutional Court of Ukraine over the unconstitutionality of some norms of the law on State Bureau of Investigation, as the head of the Bureau Roman Truba reported on his Telegram-channel.
“Poroshenko’s faction is preparing a “lightening” to the Constitutional Court – submission on recognition of some norms of State Bureau of Investigation unconstitutional,” Truba informed.
According to him, Poroshenko’s party believes that Ukraine’s president did not have a right to delegate his representatives to the competition commission on electing the Director of the Bureau and its deputies, and appoint Truba on the position.
Truba regards actions of Poroshenko’s team a political motive.
“As Poroshenko can’t influence me to close 12 proceedings, which he is involved in, so there should be a way to dismiss me,” he stressed.
Petro Poroshenko came for an interrogation at the State Investigations Bureau on August 12. Entering the main building of the SIB in Kyiv, the ex-president refused to reply to reporters' questions.
He was interrogated within the criminal proceeding on the possible tax evasion during the sales and purchase of Pryamy TV channel.
Later Poroshenko stated that he was ready to undertake questioning on a polygraph on the air of Pryamy TV channel.
On August 13, the court provided the permission to check Poroshenko at polygraph.