Police denies the disappearance of "UDAR" member in Transcarpathia

18 October 2012 16:37  3322773 023309

The police said that the former candidate for the "UDAR" party in majoritarian constituency number 70 in the Transcarpathian region, Oleksandr Kichkovsky never disappeared.

This was informed by the source in the police, writes the "Ukrainski Novyny".

"The story is overblown. The party members claim that the wife consults with lawyers about filing application with the police ... But this is ridiculous, you do not need lawyers to file an application" - emphasizes the source.

In his words, Kichkovsky's wife said that her husband was at home, and just would not commmunicate with the party members.

Meanwhile, a spokeswoman for the regional party organization Kvych Alisa says that Kichkovsky's wife announced that she was going to write a statement.

"We have never heard such information. Colleagues were at Kichkovsky's place, they talked to his wife, and she said she would write a statement" - says Kvych.

Recall that "UDAR" announced the disappearance of their ex-candidate Kichkovsky.

October 17, CEC deregistered Kichkovsky.

Ukrainska pravda

Tags: missing candidate, UDAR, election

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