This was written in his blog on PP & nbsp; expert anti-corruption group intensive care reform package Vitaly Shabunin
He said that the house arrest of Ephraim expired November 1, 2015, and the new one in GPU not applied. & nbsp; at least, this information is missing in the registry of court decisions.
“It seems Efremov, who put on a court decision Pott & ndash; removed & ndash; humiliating electronic bracelet, forbidden to leave the city without permission of the investigator and even communicate with colleagues from Parliament, can already move freely from Ukraine. That & ndash; blame forever “- protested Shabunin.
In October last year, officially put forward the investigation Ephraim charges & ndash; in the case, which had the weakest legal term in court.
After a month Pechersk court returned the prosecutor indictment as one that does not meet the CCP.
GPO & nbsp; won & nbsp; appeal and prosecution for this episode of Ephraim has not dropped. Unlike the arrest with the permission of the court to which no re gone.
3 episodes of known criminal activity Ephraim.
- & Nbsp; separatism & nbsp; (N22014000000000509, intentional actions aimed at changing the boundaries of the territory of the state border of Ukraine and violation of the order established by the Constitution of Ukraine, for the crime under Part. 2, Art. 110 Criminal Code of Ukraine). & nbsp; Ephraim suspicions in proceedings brought against.
- & nbsp; appropriation of state funds & nbsp; (at the request of the Center for combating corruption N42014000000000628, pressure on officials SE “Luganskugol” which caused grave consequences to the interests of the state). The investigation lasted for 18 months, & nbsp; suspicion Ephraim No. & Nbsp;
- & nbsp; vote “dictatorial laws” & nbsp; (N42015000000001495, committing crimes under Part. 2, Art. 364, p. 2 tbsp . 366 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine on voting in the Council of 16 January for “dictatorial laws”). It is for this episode politicized with questionable legal expertise Ephraim originally brought suspicion and & ndash; obynuvalnyy act.