A case opened against MP who discussed transfer of UOC to OCU with Dumenko

MP of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Igor Guz Photo: sylapravdy.com

A criminal case is opened on the fraud article against VR deputy Igor Guz, who agreed with Dumenko to step up the transfer of UOC communities to the OCU, media reports.

The Volyn Regional Prosecutor's Office received a statement about the allegedly illegal actions of People's Deputy of Ukraine Igor Guz, the website lutsk.rayon.in.ua reported, citing its own sources.

According to media reports, the statement was received from the Office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine on March 28. As it became known, on March 27, the second investigative department in Lutsk began a pre-trial investigation in criminal proceedings No. 62022140020000040 on a similar charge brought by the territorial department of the State Bureau of Investigation in Lviv.

The charge was brought under article 190 part 3 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine – "Fraud committed on a large scale or through illegal operations with the introduction of electronic-computing technique." The article provides for punishment in the form of imprisonment for a term of three to eight years. An investigation is underway.

As the UOJ wrote, in mid-April, Igor Guz "concerted actions" with Dumenko to transfer the communities of the UOC to the OCU.

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