Lutsenko comments on NABU case against himself

Yuriy Lutsenko the General Prosecutor of Ukraine

Ex-Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko commented on the criminal proceeding of the National Anti-Corruption Burau of Ukraine (NABU) against himself. According to him, the case is related to the fact that he did not admonish to the Deputy. He wrote about it on his Facebook.

"The habit of my opponents to look for fleas and show them as mammoths is still the same. Despite some particular media, this NABU case is related to the fact that I allegedly did not admonish to the Deputy. There is nothing to say, seems like a big picture," Lustensko stated.

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As it was reported earlier, the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) had opened criminal proceedings against Yuriy Lutsenko for alleged abuse of authority.

The case was opened in compliance with the Kyiv Solomensky Court’s decision, which ordered to investigate Lutsenko's probable crimes. Criminal proceedings are opened under Article 364 (1) of the Criminal Code (abuse of authority or office).

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