So what is the parliamentary commission of inquiry doing in Transcarpathia, after all?

19 July 2015 12:00  434103513 0104536
So what is the parliamentary commission of inquiry doing in Transcarpathia, after all?

"Currently, the Temporary Commission of Inquiry on the events in Transcarpathia arrived in Mukachevo and, near the complex "Antares" belonging to MP Lanyo, is questioning the local police and the head of the investigation team of the Prosecutor General's Office," - MP Igor Mosiychuk informed on his page in Facebook.

Recall that since yesterday, members of the parliamentary temporary commission of inquiry have been studying the details of the infamous shootout in Mukachevo.

Meanwhile, Doctor of Law Vasyl Lemak skeptically commented on this activity: "Taking testimonies from people involved in the Mukachevo events looks more like a show than the work of special parliamentary commission. Each next interviewee knows what the previous one said and makes up their own version. A politicized version (this one works for that one, and that one does not want to support this one, and so on...). So, who cares who works for whom?! None of the interviewees pays attention to their authority under the law, does not appeal to it. Everyone is talking like before the election. It will be interesting to read the promised transcript".

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