As reported by parliamentary correspondent of Censor.NET, this was announced by Prosecutor General Yurii Lutsenko at a briefing on the sidelines of Rada on July 11.
Commenting on yesterday's voting on immunity lifting and indictment of some MPs, Prosecutor General said he belived this decision to be "unacceptable from neither political nor legal point of view."
"I say it straight away that motions on these MPs will be presented repeatedly right after the vacation. No one will hide behind a deputy mandate, nor on faraway islands. If the parliament fails to lift it this time, it will be forced to do it again in September," Lutsenko said.
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