"I was again summoned to the Prosecutor General's Office to bear testimony. They have informed that it concerns the crackdown of the students' protest on the Maidan on the night of Nov. 30, 2013. It took them 23 months to summon me," Soboliev wrote.
The MP stressed that he would definitely come and tell the investigators "everything he remembered".
In addition, Soboliev urged deputies from the Petro Poroshenko bloc, People's Front, and Batkivshchyna factions to support passing of no-confidence motion against Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin, to stop this "sad charade" and provide the country with "actual operation of the key investigation and prosecution body".
"We registered a bill providing selection of a new Prosecutor General through the competition (instead of appointment - Ed.) back in the days when Vitalii Yarema was ousted. 34 signatures are still required to vote for ousting of Viktor Shokin," Soboliev said adding that the gathering of signatures continues.