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Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine Davit Sakvarelidze dismissed
Publish Time 2016-03-29 13:02:00
Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine Davit Sakvarelidze has been dismissed, - Ukraine’s Prosecutor’s Office has published this information on its website.
As reported by the Prosecutor’s Office, the agency has received many addresses according to which Davit Sakvarelidze’s post and schedule were not compatible to the law on Prosecutor’s Office.
According to the statement, Davit Sakvarelidze has been dismissed due to violation of Prosecutor’s ethics and interference with other Prosecutor’s activity.
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