Director of the NABU Artem Sytnik said that it would be “interesting to see” how long the former people’s Deputy Mykola Martynenko will read materials of their craft after completion of pre-trial investigation against him. The head of the National anti-corruption Bureau said in an interview with Radio Liberty.
“I hope that in the near future will be announced the completion of pre-trial investigation on this case… I would be very interested to see how Mr. Martynenko will read this thing,” – said Sytnik.
“We constantly hear loud statement that “we want as soon as possible to the court, because nothing is done, there is no evidence, the case will fall apart.” As soon as the investigation… introduction (side protection with the case) lasts for six months,” he added.
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20 APR 2017 Martynenko was detained NABU as part of an investigation into the theft of funds VostGOK in the procurement of uranium concentrate. According to militiamen, in 2013-2016 criminal organization, which allegedly included ex-Deputy, cost the state $17,28 million loss.
22 APR Solomensky court of Kiev released Martynenko under the guarantee of deputies, Ministers and the member of the CEC.