The first Deputy Chairman of the Communist party faction Sergei Reshulsky called upon to draw conclusions on the situation with the ex-MP Denis by Voronenkova only after receiving reliable information, not based on rumors.
According to media reports, Boronenkov, who moved a few months ago in the Ukraine with his wife, also former Deputy of the lower house of the Russian Parliament Maria Maksakova, became a citizen of this country.
“All my attempts to find direct speech of Denis Nikolaevich came to nothing, all this is a paraphrase of Ukrainian Newspapers and like the interviews and statements of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine. I believe that we must draw final conclusions only after we personally hear it from the mouth of Denis Boronenkov Tolstoy,” Reshulsky said at the faction meeting of the Communist party.
According to him, conclusions can be drawn only obtain reliable data, and not after the “retelling of some rumors”. “I’m not one year with him in the faction spent, and I can say that he never shied away from a direct conversation,” added Reshulsky.
Previously, the newspaper “Kommersant” reported that former state Duma Deputy from the Communist Denis Boronenkov gave testimony in the Prosecutor’s office of Ukraine against former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych on charges of treason. Later in the Communist party considered the question of the possible exclusion Boronenkov from the party.
Dorogomilovsky court of Moscow has satisfied the claim of the former Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Volodymyr Oliynyk and recognized events in Ukraine in 2014 coup. Oleinik said that he intends, through the OSCE to appeal to the Venice Commission. Former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych, speaking in Dorogomilovsky court of Moscow, said that he was removed from power in violation of the Ukrainian Constitution, in particular, has not been impeachment proceedings.
The new Ukrainian authorities that came to govern the country following the February coup in 2014, I want to prosecute Yanukovych and many former officials against whom criminal cases are investigated. Many former officials have been forced to go abroad because of the threat of political persecution.