This was announced by People's Front MP Anton Herashchenko in the parliamentary lobby, Censor.NET's correspondent reports.
"Before there was a consent to Kliuiev's arrest, he could not be detained. Thus he left through 'DPR/LPR' territory for another country. By legal point of view, there should have been an immediate consent for his arrest and detainment. Pretend you are MP Kliuiev, and Prosecutor General фppeals to the parliament regarding your arrest. The session will be in three days. What will you do? You will leave," Herashchenko said.
According to the deputy, Kliuiev could not have been put on wanted list without certain parliamentary procedure.
"Thus the People's Front faction insists on revoking deputies' immunity in order to prevent such situations. However, the rights of each citizen and of each deputy should be protected from groundless persecution and settling of political scores," Herashchenko added.