"Regarding Hennadii Korban, I can say that I'm acquainted with him but I almost do not know him. I have heard a lot of different things about him though. However, watching from the sidelines, I think that the question whether Korban is a good or bad man is irrelevant right now. The thing is whether the society trusts those who have detained him. In fact, it is a challenge to the entire law enforcement system. Whether it will be able at a certain point to clearly demonstrate the public that the processes of cleansing, renewal and openness have begun there," the speaker of the parliament said.
"It was obviously a quite clear positive signal to society taking into consideration that I, being not the last person in the state, was not aware of the operation that was prepared. I had no clue about the film, which was demonstrated to journalists by Shokin. And there is no place for talks about some political lynching," Hroisman said.
"Let's provide the opportunity to the president, government, and MPs to demonstrate their steps and positions. Only then will we understand what is actually going on," he summed up.