Ex-Deputy Mykola Martynenko, who Solomensky district court shall elect a measure of restraint, said that he did not intend to flee the country and seek political asylum. About it from a hall of court the correspondent LIGA.net.

“I am a political refuge not going to ask. Most likely your leaders will run and seek political asylum for his actions, how he runs Sakvarelidze and can not return to Georgia”, – he told, addressing to the representatives of SAP.

Today the court continued the hearing on the remand Martynenko. 15 deputies and four Ministers expressed readiness to take ex-Deputy on bail.

Earlier in the NAB said that the popular front threatened the judge in the trial of former MP and urged the leadership of the party “to calm down his own party”.

Martynenko was detained within investigation of criminal proceedings on the fact of theft of funds GP VostGOK in the procurement of uranium concentrate. According to SAP, from 2013 to 2016 criminal organization, which allegedly included Martynenko, caused budget losses of $17.28 million




Martynenko: Political asylum are not going to ask 22.04.2017

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