As reported by Censor.NET, Dobkin said on air of 112 Ukraine.
Answering a question whether Vadym Novynskyi indeed posted his bail, Dobkin said: "Yes, I can confirm that, I spoke with him on the phone half an hour ago. He confirmed he posted the first part of the bail today, in amount of 30 million hryvnia," the MP said.
Answering a question when he plans to post the rest of the amount, the MP said:
"I do not post it on my own, I do not have that money, I said it during the break in the court. My friends post my bail, those who have financial ability to do so and whose money has been officially declared. Any amount posted as a bail is checked by financial monitoring," Dobkin said.
The MP added he didn't know where to get the remaining amount:
"A day will come tomorrow, and I will have another reason to talk to you. I have time until Thursday, the court ruled. They have to be checked. Probably, tomorrow is the deadline for the transfer."
Earlier, Pechersky district court of Kyiv arrested MP Dobkin for two months with a bail of 50 million hryvnia as an alternative. The court allowed five days for the MP to post the bail.
On July 13, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine voted in favor of the decision to lift immunity and prosecute Opposition Bloc MP Mykhailo Dobkin. On July 14, Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine (PGO) served an indictment to Dobkin. He is charged with violations of articles 364 (abuse of office) and 190 (fraud) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.
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