Kum Poroshenko wife will retire from the post of Prosecutor General of Ukraine


Yuri Licenciado: RIA Novosti

The Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko has said it will submit a resignation because of allegations of bad faith in the investigation of the murder of the adviser of the mayor of Kherson Catherine Gandzyuk. On Tuesday, November 6, reports the edition “Strenia”.

“So there’s no doubt that for power no one clings, today I submit an application to the President of Ukraine for resignation, and you, the Parliament should consider this issue”, — Lutsenko said from the rostrum of the Verkhovna Rada. He asked Parliament to consider his statement this week.

In this Lutsenko complained of interference provided to the investigation. “All I promised Katerina Gandzyuk in the hospital was done and will be done. But the dual power in the country, when law enforcement system to destroy unproven, even for solving crimes, I can not allow that. You decide — or Mustafa Nayem (MP from the ruling of the “Block of Petro Poroshenko” — approx. “Of the tape.ru”) will lead the investigation and on television to call the perpetrators or law enforcement agencies, which are responsible for it”, — said the Ukrainian Prosecutor General.

Gandzyuk, the Ukrainian official and activist, died on 4 November this year. Three months ago, her husband poured sulfuric acid near the house. In October, police reported the arrest of five suspects in the attack on the activist. The investigators believe that the cause of the accident was official or political activity Gandzyuk.

Yuriy Lutsenko is a longtime ally of Ukrainian President. In 2014-2015 he headed the party the Bloc of Petro Poroshenko (BPP). With the Ukrainian leader and his associate and friendships. As reported by “Reporter,” in April of 2013 Lutsenko with his wife Marina Poroshenko baptized the daughter of their colleague Yuriy Stets, at the time of the MP, and in 2014 — Minister of information policy of Ukraine.

Attorney General, Lutsenko took in may 2016. As passed RIA Novosti, in September this year, he said he will leave his post in may 2019, after the presidential election. In addition, Lutsenko has twice held the position of Minister of internal Affairs of Ukraine in 2005-2006 and 2007-2010.

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