The General Prosecutor's Office will make a submission on the deprivation of immunity of MPs after some changes in the regulations of the Verkhovna Rada that will make it impossible for them to escape. It was stated by Deputy Prosecutor General Yevgeniy Enin on the air of the Channel 5, - reports RBK-Ukraine.
"Once we ensure the adoption of some changes in the regulations of the Verkhovna Rada that will make it impossible, for example, for a MP to leave after submitting the application for detention, depriving of parliamentary immunity, you'll see new names," - said Enin.
He added that, despite the fact that the General Prosecutor's Office is not the subject of legislative initiative, it " cooperates actively with MPs in this direction."
Earlier it was reported that the judge of the Dneprovsky District Court of Kiev Nikolay Chaus left for the occupied Crimea, as law enforcement officers had no right to interfere Chaus’s movement because of the judicial immunity.