It was announced in the Verkhovna Rada by deputy from the Samopomich faction Yehor Sobolev, Censor.NET correspondent reports.
"We have a question to the Prosecutor General of when will we finally receive the submission (to lift the immunity - Ed.) on the newly elected parliament of criminals, whose crimes have been discussed by us for several years now. We've got one more question to the Prosecutor General: what sort of special operation is prepared before June 6 for people like Serhii Kliuiev, Olena Lukash, and Dmytro Tabachnyk to be granted absolution by the Ukrainian Prosecutor General's Office, so that they can feel safe in Europe? The European Union has been waiting for a year and a half already for the Ukrainian Prosecutor General's Office to bring up the issue with respect to breach of the law by these gentlemen. Otherwise the European prosecutors will have no choice but to lift the sanctions imposed on them," Sobolev said indignantly.
He explained that if the Prosecutor General's Office does not serve suspicion of a crime against these Yanukovych's henchmen until June 6, the European law enforcement agencies will be forced to lift sanctions imposed on them.
He also appealed to President and Supreme Commander-in-Chief Poroshenko: "How much longer should the people talk about Victor Muzhenko's mediocrity and inconsistency with his high post of Chief of the General Staff? We should expect more defeats!"
According to Sobolev, the construction of fortifications near Mariupol goes far behind the schedule due to the General Staff leadership's inaction.
"Was the gap in the defenses of Mariupol specifically envisaged by mediocrity or traitors from the General Staff for the Russian troops to enter or for some other purpose?!" the MP asked.
In addition, Sobolev has pulled the Interior Ministry leadership to pieces in connection with the scandal around the deputy minister Chebotar.
"How much longer society should tolerate Zakharchenko's police officers occupying positions in the Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs after the Euromaidan?" Sobolev summed up.
It was reported earlier that the crew of the "Nashі hroshі" (Our money) TV program was attacked near the house of Deputy Interior Minister Serhii Chebotar in the village of Lisnyky in Kyiv region.
In turn, Serhii Chebotar stated that he has got no houses in Lisnyky and the attack on journalists was a provocation in the best interests of Serhii Liovochkin.