"I cannot rule out both new motions for lawmakers and actions regarding the incumbent ministers [to bring them to justice]. A number of investigations involving many figures are under way, and we've got questions to incumbent and former ministers. They also came to power due to certain party quotas of the coalition government," Lutsenko said in an interview on Channel 5.
He did not mention any names.
At the same time, he announced that PGO had gathered enough proof to strip six lawmakers of parliamentary immunity, and motions regarding them are already in parliament.
As UNIAN reported earlier, Lutsenko asked Ukraine's parliament to authorize criminal proceedings against Members of Parliament Andriy Lozovoy, Oles Dovhy, Yevhen Deidei, Boryslav Rozenblat, Maksym Poliakov, and Mykhailo Dobkin, which requires stripping them of parliamentary immunity.
Parliament Speaker Andriy Parubiy said that the motions would be considered at the coming plenary week scheduled for July 11-14.