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The High Council of Justice decided to return the submitted application of the Deputy Prosecutor General for consent to the detention of the Viktor Tatkov – a judge of the Supreme Economic Court of Ukraine.

Referring to the press service of the department, “Law and Business” reports that: “On August 22, the High Council of Justice considered the submitted application by the Deputy Prosecutor General for consent to the detention of Viktor Tatkov – a judge of the Supreme Economic Court of Ukraine “.

It is noted that on October 17, 2016 and October 2, 2018, Viktor Tatkov was mentioned in suspicion of committing crimes under the fourth part of article 190, part three of article 209, part one of article 255, part four of article 368, part five of article 27, part two of article 375, part two of article 376, part two of article 376-1 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.

At the same time, the Rapporteur noted that the submission does not contain specific facts at all, nor does it contain any evidence confirming that the judge committed a socially dangerous act.

During the meeting, the lawyer said that: “According to article 2 of the European Convention on Extradition of Offenders, it can be carried out solely on the basis of a sentence of deprivation of liberty or an order of detention. However, on April 19, 2019, the Prosecutor General’s Office appealed to the Federal Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Austria with a request to extradite Tatkov despite the requirements of the criminal law, because there was no detention order at the time of sending the request. ”

The High Council of Justice determined the submitted application of the Deputy Prosecutor General for consent to the detention of the Viktor Tatkov – a judge of the Supreme Economic Court of Ukraine.

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