The works of Rosenblatt and Chaus: when SAP is going to end loud production
Until March it is planned to finish production in “amber case” deputies Borislav Rosenblatt and Maxim Polyakov and other high-profile cases.
About this informed the head of anti-corruption prosecutors Nazar Golodnitsky at a briefing on 8 February, transfers Ukrainian Pravda.
“In business Rosenblatt-Polyakova completed the last procedural steps, in particular with disclosure and conduct of examinations. This production is planned to complete in February-March,” said Holodnitsky.
In addition, he said that there was complete correspondence investigation into the so-called “gas case” people’s Deputy Oleksandr Onishchenko. In the near future will begin her correspondence before the court. Holodnitsky recommended Onishchenko to return to Ukraine.
Until March will also be announced the verdict judge Alex Buran who were shot by detectives of the National anti-corruption Bureau during the arrest.
“After 22 months in jail, the judges of the storm changed the measure of restraint – to arrest. People 22 months he served his sentence, according to Savchenko’s law, which applies to this case, he is credited for the future served a punishment,” said Holodnitsky.
“By the end of March expected the verdict,” said the head of SAP.
Regarding the case of ex-judge Nicholas Chaus, Golodnitsky noted that he will appeal against all procedural decisions in the courts of Moldova, where it is now.
“We in no way can affect decisions concerning extradition, though I want to. From our side, after the suspect Chaus will be delivered to Ukraine will take place not more than a month that the case was in court. We are all ready,” assured Holodnitsky.
Director of the NABU Artem Sytnik added that the judges who are engaged in high-profile cases against corrupt officials, including his colleagues, simply sabotage the work.
“Every day we receive proof, as it is very difficult to work with the current members of Themis. Cases can be dragged out for years… The more the case is lying in court, the less likely it is then normal to consider it,” he said.
“We are not saying that we are sending a perfect case. But if you don’t agree with them, so let’s acquittal, and we will contest it. But they should not delay,” – said Sytnik.
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