In the case of Rosenblat more obvious than in the Polyakov case – the first Deputy head of Procedural Committee

First Deputy Chairman of Procedural Committee of the Verkhovna Rada Pavel Pynzenyk said that in the case of the people’s Deputy from “Blok Petro Poroshenko” Borislav Rosenblatt all “obvious” than in the case of the representative of the “people’s front” Maxim Polyakov. He said this in comments to journalists after a meeting of the Committee.

“The difference between these two solutions is due, first and foremost, the quality of the evidence base for these two deputies. As for today’s question at Rosenblatt, it seems to me that of all the more or less obvious,” – said Pinzenyk.

According to Polyakov, he said, on the basis of the materials that were provided before the Committee came to the conclusion that they are insufficient to recommend the Verkhovna Rada to give consent to his bringing to criminal responsibility, and especially – to recommend to consent to his detention and arrest.

“The conclusion is done on the basis of the evaluation of the totality of the evidence, which was proposed by the General Prosecutor’s office, and hearing all explanations as Deputy Polyakov, and representatives of the Prosecutor’s office,” said Pynzenyk.

Speaking of giving consent to the involvement of Rosenblatt to criminal liability, Pynzenyk explained that the decision of the Committee on the recognition of the submission of the legal, reasoned and justified impact demonstrated by Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko evidence base, as well as the other information and “reaction to our warnings that had been expressed during the consideration of a question on bringing to criminal liability Polyakova”.

Pynzenyk explained that there were a number of doubts about the way in which were collected the evidence base for Rosenblatt and Polyakov.

“The attorney General responded to our warnings and have information in the Unified register of pre-judicial investigations. All possible violations of the National anti-corruption Bureau in the course of carrying out quickly-search actions, as well as in the implementation of covert investigative actions should be given appropriate legal assessment”, – he said and added that the Committee had taken note of this.

As reported today, July 7, the Procedural Committee BP has recognized all three views in Rosenblatt, legitimate, motivated, adequate and reasonable and sent them to the Chairman of the Parliament Andrei Parubiy.

See also: “Lutsenko commented on the decision of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Rosenblatt”

On 21 June the General Prosecutor Lutsenko has submitted to the Verkhovna Rada representation about consent on bringing to criminal responsibility, detention and arrest of the deputies Rosenblatt and Polyakov. The actions of Rosenblatt’s seen signs of undue influence and bribery for a total sum of 280 thousand USD to the Polyakov action – signs of undue influence and bribery. These MPs are suspected of obtaining illegal benefit for the introduction to Parliament of bills and commit other actions associated with the extraction of amber.

Rosenblatt and Poles deny all accusations.

6 Jul regulation Committee called insufficiently substantiated submission of the GPU in relation to Polyakov and sent the relevant documents to the Chairman of the Parliament Andrei Parubiy.