IRIS Consulting Group Press-release: «Why is Y. Tymoshenko still in Jail?»

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On April 10, 2012, at 11:00, the press conference of the Ukrainian officials will be held at the premise of NCI European Parliament in Brussels with the participation of the European journalists, experts and community leaders. The topic of the press conference is «Why is Y. Tymoshenko is still in the jail?»

On April 10, 2012, at 11:00, the press conference of Ukrainian officials will be held at the premises of NCI European Parliament in Brussels, Square de Meeus, 38/40, 4th floor, http://www.multiburo.com, with the participation of European journalists, experts and community leaders. The topic of the press conference is «Why is Y. Tymoshenko still in jail?»    

These results have already been reported to the Ukrainian Parliament's deputies on March 20, 2012. After hearing the report, 266 people's deputies out of 450 agreed with the Commission's arguments. These are the results of the work of the parliamentary Provisional Investigatory Commission. More information: http://www.rada.gov.ua

The Provisional Investigatory Commission has been working for the period from March 2011 to March 20, 2012 in accordance with the following principles:

а) The Commission's conclusions were made solely on the basis of documents received through official channels;

b) The Commission's work was carried out with the participation of the representatives of the governmental bodies as well as the opposition in an open mode;

The results of the Commission's work had shown that during the negotiations    and signing of the gas contracts the Prime Minister Tymoshenko violated the following rules:

а) concealed from the public and the authorities the facts of the conflict of interests and dependence on Russia - namely, the debt of her private companies to the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation in amount of 405 million US dollars and the criminal case on a charge of bribery;

b) held secret negotiations with the Prime Minister of Russia, in the result of which she agreed to the signing of unfair contracts that violated the provisions of the previous international agreements;

c) knowing that the government of Ukraine had refused to approve the Directives on signing of the contracts, approved them personally, though, only the Cabinet of Ministers, as the collegial body, has the right for such approval;

d) put pressure on the head of the company and made him sign the contracts, threatening him with the dismissal.

In accordance with the comparative analysis of the Criminal Code of Ukraine and other European countries it was proved that 11 EU member states have articles providing the punishment under the criminal law for such crimes. More information: http://www.eubusiness.com/Press/ukraine-3/

Press contact: Naomi Woznyanska, +48224906910 NCI.Euparliament@gmail.com

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