Prosecutor’s General Office refused to bring criminal case against CC judge Stanyk
The Prosecutor’s General Office of Ukraine refused to bring a criminal case against Constitutional Court of Ukraine deputy chief Siuzanna Stanyk, accused of taking bribes, due to absence of crime.
The Prosecutor’s General Office of Ukraine refused to bring a criminal case against Constitutional Court of Ukraine deputy chief Siuzanna Stanyk due to absence of crime.
This is said in the letter of acting Prosecutor General of Ukraine Victor Pshonka to S.Stanyk, which was forwarded to UNIAN.
In particular, V.Pshonka informs that earlier, on demand of S.Stanyk, PGO already investigated into the information, disseminated by mass media, that as if S.Stanyk illegally received real estate and other property. “This information was considered untrue and is false”, V.Pshonka writes.
“Publications and the disseminated information about you was assessed by the Prosecutor’s General Office as an interference into the judicial activities, as a result of which a criminal case was brought on part 1 article 376 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine”, V.Pshonka said in a letter to S.Stanyk.
In addition, V.Pshonka remarks that PGO received materials of the Ukrainian Security Service and addresses from lawmaker Hryhoriy Omelchenko. “Studying of these materials indicated they do not contain any unbiased information... They were added to the materials of the criminal case, and will receive a legal assessment”, the acting Prosecutor General notes”.
As UNIAN reported earlier, BYuT lawmaker H.Omelchenko claimed to a press conference on 20 April that relatives of CC judge S.Stanyk received allotments, real estate, and cars. He asked the President to order PGO and the Ukrainian Security Service to probe into this information.