Ukrainian MP Valeriy Davydenko found dead in own office's restroom.

He sustained a deadly gunshot wound to the head.

Photo from UNIAN

Photo from UNIAN

The body of Ukrainian Member of Parliament Valeriy Davydenko was found in the restroom of his office in Kyiv on Saturday, May 23.

He sustained a gunshot wound to the head, says Deputy Minister for Internal Affairs Anton Gerashchenko.

The handgun was found lying by the body.

The CSI team are working at the scene, Gerashchenko wrote on Facebook.

Police and prosecutors are set to work out all possible versions of the deadly incident.

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Davydenko had first made it to the Verkhovna Rada in the 2014 snap elections in a majoritarian constituency as part of Zastup Organization.

In 2019, he succeeded in the election campaign as a non-partisan nominee in District 208 (Chernihiv region).

In December 6, 2019, he joined the Dovira parliamentary group.

He was a member of the Rada Committee on Economic Development.

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