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 PGO appealed Korban's house arrest

The Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine considers the restraint measure in the form of house arrest set by the Pechersk district court of Kyiv for Ukrop party leader Hennadii Korban to be unjustified.

This is stated by PGO press service, Censor.NET reports.

Nov. 9, 2015, the PGO appealed to the Court of Appeal of Kyiv against the decision of the investigating judge of the Pechersk district court of Kyiv, who denied PGO's request to remand Hennadii Korban in custody and placed him under house arrest with an electronic tagging device.

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"The restraint measure chosen by the investigating judge does not meet the stated risks under Art. 177 of the Code of Criminal Procedure and will not provide the adequate procedural behavior of the suspect, given that a pre-trial investigation into a number of grave and especially grave crimes, including those committed within an organized criminal group, is underway in respect of Hennadii Korban," the PGO stated.

As reported, Nov. 6 the Pechersk district court of Kyiv remanded Hennadii Korban under house arrest for two months.
 
 
 
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