The Prosecutor General’s Office asked the State Duma to make decisions on the Rashkin case

The Prosecutor General's Office of Russia asked the State Duma deputies to give permission to conduct investigative actions and choose a preventive measure against Valery Rashkin in the case of illegal hunting, RIA Novosti reports.

Representative of the supervisory agency Sergei Bochkarev noted that in addition to giving consent to the removal of parliamentary immunity and initiation of a case, the Prosecutor General asks the State Duma to consent to a number of investigative actions. Also, the prosecutor's office, in case of a positive decision of the State Duma, intends to apply a preventive measure against the deputy, connected with the prohibition of certain actions.

Bochkarev said that investigators found a cache containing a carbine belonging to Rashkin. In addition, the deputy was intoxicated, but he refused to be examined. & Nbsp;

At the same time, Rashkin himself said that he morally considers himself guilty of killing an elk and is ready to compensate for the damage of 80 thousand rubles. He is also ready to buy a moose of the same age and release it in the Saratov forest.

Recall, on October 29, Rashkin was caught with an elk carcass in a car. The deputy said that he had found the animal already killed when he was walking in the forest, and decided to take it for himself. A criminal case on illegal hunting was opened against Rashkin. The State Duma received a proposal from the Prosecutor General's Office to deprive a politician of parliamentary immunity. The Communist Party of the Russian Federation believes that this is not necessary.
Earlier, Rashkin's testimony was assessed by an expert, who noted that the tactics of changing his words did not lead to good results. & Nbsp;


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