The ruling was passed today, June 8, Censor.NET reports referring to Novosti-N newspaper.
The judge has granted the request of the military prosecutor's office and upheld its arguments about Romanchuk's possible impact on other witnesses.
As reported, prosecutor Mykhailo Vertsymah believed the official could evade justice following an example of another suspect in the case of Levchenko. In addition, according to the prosecution, the official has an impact on parliamentarians, the Yelanetska district administration, and other witnesses, which could affect the case.
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