Ukraine will appeal against the decision of Interpol on the removal from search of Yanukovych
The Prosecutor General’s office of Ukraine has declared intention to appeal against the decision of Interpol on the withdrawal from the international wanted list ex-the President Victor Yanukovych. This was announced by the head of the Department of special investigation Sergey Gorbatyuk, reports the portal 112.ua.
The decision about deleting files with a red card for international investigation of Yanukovych was adopted by the Commission for control over files Interpol in early March. In law enforcement bodies of Ukraine the information about this came at the end of April.
The decision of Interpol “motivated by existing weaknesses of the Ukrainian legislation on election of a preventive measure in respect of wanted persons and suspect status”. After processing these findings might be taken the decision on amendments to existing legislation, said the Prosecutor General of Ukraine.
In addition to Yanukovych on the international wanted list was shot, his son Alexander Yanukovych, the former energy Minister Eduard stavytsky and ex-head of the presidential administration and the NSDC Secretary Andriy Klyuyev. Earlier ex-President of Ukraine appealed to the European court of human rights complaining of violations of his rights to participate in court proceedings on charges of treason.