Moscow, September 10 – AIF-Moscow.
The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine approved on first reading a bill amending a number of provisions of the law giving the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) and the State Bureau of Investigation (GBR) the right to conduct searches and wiretaps of deputies without parliament’s permission. It is reported by TASS.
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For the document proposed by President Vladimir Zelensky, today, September 10, 297 deputies voted with 226 required.
According to the explanatory note to the project, NABU and the State Security Bureau can independently receive information from telecommunication networks in the framework of covert investigative and search actions. In addition, parliamentarians approved the lifting of a rule prohibiting without a Rada’s consent to search a deputy, examine his personal belongings, baggage, transport, residential and office premises, and interfere with the confidentiality of correspondence, telephone conversations and other correspondence.
In addition, the project cancels the so-called revisions of Lozovoy introduced in late 2017 – early 2018, which limited the time for conducting pre-trial investigation, appointment and examination.
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