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Court twice turns down prosecutors motions to arrest Yushchenkos property
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KYIV, Aug 1 Kyiv's Pechersky District Court has twice turned down motions by state prosecutors to arrest the property of ex-President of Ukraine Viktor Yushchenko (2005 to 2010).

The Court Reporter (Sudovy Reporter) citing the court rulings, said one was made on July 9 by judge Viacheslav Pidpaly, and the second on July 25 by Vitaliy Pysanets.

According to the reports, on May 24, a written notice of suspicion was drawn on Yushchenko for taking possession of a large amount of state property in a prior conspiracy by a group of persons by abuse of official position. On May 28, prosecutors ordered materials on Yushchenko to be set aside in a separate proceeding, and on June 4 he was served a notice of suspicion under Part 1 of Article 191 of Ukraine's Criminal Code (misappropriation or embezzlement of another's property entrusted to a person or under his jurisdiction).




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