A member of the Verkhovna Rada has been accused of illegally transporting his relative abroad.
It is reported that the question of opting for preventive measure for the accused is currently being resolved. A pre-trial investigation is underway.
The sanction of the article provides imprisonment for up to 7 years.
The proceedings were carried out under the procedural direction of the Office of the Solicitor General.
On November 1, the Security Service of Ukraine and the State Intelligence Bureau announced that allies and people of Ukraine were searching the reception room of a deputy who was involved in a scheme to illegally deport draft-age men abroad.
According to the investigation, a relative of the roommate tried to cross a checkpoint from Ukraine by car to Moldova. As a basis for crossing the border, he provided documents entered into the “Way” system – an extract from the order of the Kyiv Regional Military Administration on the departure of drivers carrying out transport for the needs of the Armed Forces and other organizations of Ukraine. Outside Ukraine.
He received this permission at the request of the Vyshgorod district military administration based on the request of the public organization “Media Defense”. The brother-in-law of the People’s Deputy Minister later testified that he did not know about the activities of this public organization. In fact, it was revealed that the man was due to arrive in Chisinau on the instructions of the People’s Representative, where he had to wait for further instructions about the race of the People’s Representative’s personal elite car from the parking lot of the International. Chisinau Airport to Vienna. According to “UP” source, it is about Toyota Land Cruiser 200.
Earlier, on August 3, SBI and SAP had already conducted raids at Dubinsky. On August 4, he was summoned to the State Criminal Investigation Department for questioning, and on August 9, Ukraine’s Prosecutor General Dubinsky reported suspicions that an official had entered false information into official documents.
At the end of June 2023, Dubinsky went abroad, and according to him, the case was related to his father, who was being treated for a serious illness. The SBU noted that though the Vice-Chancellor had gone abroad with a relative for treatment, the Deputy Minister’s father himself had gone abroad and had actually returned without accompanying the MP.
In addition, law enforcement officials are investigating how he was able to co-sign and send official documents, particularly to state agencies, while he was abroad. According to investigation, this may indicate their fakeness.
On August 10, the court ordered Dubinsky to wear an electronic bracelet until October 8. On Aug. 17, Dubinsky said he was still walking around without the bracelet because law enforcement officials had not issued the device.
In the past, Dubinsky worked for a long time for “1+1”. In 2010, he became the creative producer of the investigative journalism department of the TV channel, and in 2014 became the host of the program “Money”. In addition, since 2012, under the leadership of Oleksandr Dubinsky, the program “Ukrainian Feelings” began to be broadcast on the “1+1” TV channel.
As MediaSapiens wrote, the personal issues of “Ukrainian feelings” looked like political orders, and their content echoed the interests of Igor Kolomoisky, the owner of the TV channel.
In 2019, Dubinsky was elected Deputy Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada from the People’s Servant Party. In April 2020, he submitted more than a thousand amendments to the “anti-Kolomoisky” bill, trying to prevent the adoption of a law prohibiting the return of PrivatBank to its former owner, Ihor Kolomoisky. as established Bihus.Info journalists, Dubinsky visited Kolomoisky after the crucial vote in the Verkhovna Rada.
On November 24, 2020, the Prosecutor General’s Office opened a pre-trial investigation of Oleksandr Dubinsky for high treason. On January 11, 2021, the Prosecutor General’s Office initiated two more criminal proceedings against Dubinsky for possible tax evasion (Part 1, Article 212 of the Criminal Code) and legalization (laundering) of assets obtained through criminal means (Part 1, Article 209 of the Criminal Code).
On the same day, the US government imposed sanctions against Oleksandr Dubinsky and several other Ukrainian citizens and media outlets. They have been accused of meddling in US elections and belonging to a “Russian influence network”. After that, the blogger’s website dubinsky.pro stopped working. On January 28, 2021, video hosting service YouTube removed Dubinsky’s channel, which had more than 350,000 subscribers, for “violating community rules”.
On March 15, 2021, People’s Deputy Oleksandr Dubinsky was expelled from the political party “Servant of the People” for violating the law and disobeying the ruling committees of the party.
In January 2021, the television station “1+1” conducted an unannounced broadcast of the program “Rite to Power” whitewashing Dubinsky. According to monitoring data, the broadcast assistant became the collective defense of the host Natalya Moseychuk, spoke in her support, and only one participant of the program criticized her actions.
In November 2019 Bihus.Info journalists reported, over the past few years Dubinsky and his family have owned a total of 24 apartments, 17 cars, two houses and 70 acres of land for a total of about $2.5 million. At the same time, the People’s Vice-Chancellor said her catchphrase, “Mom likes speed.”
Photo: SBU website.