As reported by Censor.NET, this was announced by Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yurii Lutsenko on Facebook.
"During joint check of submitted electronic income statements, the PGO, the SAP [Special Anti-corruption Prosecutor's Office], and NABU [National Anti-corruption Bureau] have filed requests to the Verkhovna Rada to lift immunity of MPs Hennadii Bobov (articles 212, 366 of Criminal Code of Ukraine), Yevhen Deidei (article 368 of Criminal Code of Ukraine), and Andrii Lozovyi (articles 212, 368 of Criminal Code of Ukraine)," he wrote.
"We keep working," Lutsenko summed up.
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