The Kyiv Prosecutor's office announced the suspected attackers involved in the beating of people's Deputy Mustafa Nayem.
Attackers suspected of beating Nayem, it is declared suspicion, the Prosecutor's office of Kiev
As reported mediaUA about it informs the press service of capital prosecution.
The report notes: "the Kiev local office of public Prosecutor N10 declared suspects attackers involved in bullying and causing bodily harm to the people's Deputy of Ukraine Mustafa-Masi Nayema.
We are talking about the incident, which occurred on the evening of 30 April 2018, near the Bessarabian market.
Currently, the three parties to the conflict involved in the attack on the Deputy and his beaten up, detained in order St. 208 criminal procedure code of Ukraine.
This men 1999 and 1996, Two of them have Russian citizenship and are on the territory of Ukraine on the basis of certificates of temporary residence, one of the citizens of Ukraine.
The detainee it is declared suspicion under part 2 of article 296 (hooliganism committed by group of persons) criminal code of Ukraine. The question on election of a measure of restraint.
The car "Mercedes Gelentwagen", which was moving attackers seized and placed on shtrafploschadku.
In addition, courts declared suspicion to another person that directly caused the MP a slap in the face, causing the latter injuries of moderate severity.
His actions were qualified under part 2 St. 296 criminal code of Ukraine and part 1 of article 122 (intentional moderate bodily injury) of the criminal code of Ukraine.
Measures are being taken to establish his whereabouts and ads wanted."
We will remind, in the evening of 30 April as a result of a road accident was beaten by MP Mustafa Nayem.
The victim denies all politically motivated incident.
Later, the people's Deputy Anton Gerashchenko announced that three participants in the attack on Nayem was detained.
MP Serhiy Leshchenko said that Nye operated, and the attackers are trying to "solve" the question." we also learned that the two suspects are citizens of the Russian Federation.
On may 1, the head of the Kyiv police Andrew Krisenko stated that this fact openly criminal proceedings under article "Intentional bodily injury of medium degree".
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