The appellate court ordered the ex-Minister of economic development Aivaras Abromavicius to refute the statement to the people’s Deputy from BPP Igor Kononenko. This was reported by Kononenko in the air channel 112.

“The court’s decision was a few months before, today considered the appeal of Mr. Abromavicius and the Kyiv court of Appeals upheld the decision of the court of first instance. Under current law, after the decision of the court of Appeal, the decision of the first instance shall enter into legal force,” – said Igor Kononenko.

According to people’s Deputy Svitlana Zalishchuk the court’s decision was zaangazowani. “Expect Abromavicius has lost a court Kononenko on charges of attempting to subjugate the Ministry of economy”, – she wrote in Facebook.

“It turns out, Igor V. (Kononenko, – ed.) an ardent supporter of the parliamentary-presidential Republic, the independence of the parliamentary activities, he believes that MPs are voting themselves register of regulations, and excludes any impact from him on the Ministers or deputies. In the beautiful country lives Igor Kononenko,” said Zalishchuk.

On 24 April the Pechersky district court of Kiev satisfied the claim Kononenko to Abromavicius on the protection of honor, dignity and business reputation.

3 February 2016 godega even the Minister of economic development aivaras Abromavicius said that he was resigning. The reason for leaving he called “a sharp intensification of the blocking essential reform”.

Among the reasons the politician also called the attempts of the President’s close associate Igor Kononenko “to establish control over public money”. The latter, in turn, rejected the accusations Abromavicius.

8 Feb 2016 Abromavicius questioned the National anti-corruption Bureau in the study of facts about the possible interference in the work of the Ministry on the part of traders.

See also: Who deribanili and squeezed. Details of the scandalous resignation of Abromavichus




Case Kononenko vs Abromavichus: the court ruled video 28.09.2017

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