Who fled Ukraine Communist Voronenkov predicted the fate of Saakashvili

Denis Boronenkov

Former state Duma Deputy from the Communist Denis Boronenkov may repeat the fate of the former President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili on Ukraine, said the Chairman of the Central Committee of the Communist party Vladimir Kashin. His words leads RIA Novosti on Tuesday, February 14.

“Perhaps it is waiting for the fate of Saakashvili, he accepted citizenship is not for the sake of spiritual impulse, and for the sake of certain benefits, including ambitious”, — said Cashin.

In turn, the first Deputy Chairman of the Communist party faction in the state Duma, Sergei Reshulsky called on Communists not to jump to conclusions on the situation with the Voronenkova. “All my attempts to find direct speech Boronenkov came to nothing. All of this retelling of the Ukrainian Newspapers. I believe that we need to do definitive conclusions after one of us personally hear it from the mouth Boronenkov”, — quotes its TASS.

Earlier Tuesday, Boronenkov said that he had received a Ukrainian passport on December 6 last year, two days after the end of his powers of a Deputy of the state Duma. The Communist party has promised to expel him from the party, if the fact of dual citizenship is confirmed.

On 27 January it was reported that Voronenkov gave testimony in the Prosecutor’s office of Ukraine against former President Viktor Yanukovych on charges of treason.

Denis Boronenkov — the Deputy of the state Duma of the sixth convocation, a member of the Committee for security and combating corruption. In December 2016, the media reported that he, along with his wife, Opera singer and former MP from the “United Russia” Maria Maksakova moved to live from Moscow to Kiev.

Saakashvili was appointed to the post of Governor of the Odessa region in may 2015. The initiative belonged to the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko. Thus in the autumn of last year, Saakashvili announced his resignation. The former Governor has declared intention to achieve early elections to the Verkhovna Rada and the plans to create in Ukraine his political power. From 2004 to 2013, Saakashvili was President of Georgia.