"Since the Verkhovna Rada did not consent to his apprehension or arrest, we can not do anything. If he breaches the obligations, it's all the same ... In the fall, we can ask the Verkhovna Rada for the sanction again, but this is doubtful," Kryvenko said.
As reported, the prosecutor's office asks the court to oblige Rozenblat to post a 10 million hryvnia bail, wear an ankle bracelet, surrender his foreign passports, visit the investigator and avoid meeting with other people involved in the case.
On July 13, Prosecutor General Yurii Lutsenko said he had issued indictments against MPs Maksym Poliakov (People's Front) and Boryslav Rozenblat (Petro Poroshenko Bloc). Rada supported lifting their immunity but failed to cast enough votes in favor of their detention and arrest.
The lawmakers are suspected of receiving bribes for lobbying the amber mining interests of Fujeira company.
Rozenblat's bodyguard was detained by agents of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU) on June 19. He had a bag with $200,000 in cash in it. He later agreed to cooperate with the investigation.