“At present, I believe it is very unlikely that the General
Prosecutor’s Office will bring such a legal argument to the Verkhovna
Rada. I think it is even less likely that the parliament will vote to
strip me of immunity,” Avakov said at a press conference in Kharkiv on
At the same time, he said the Prosecutor General’s Office had the right to make a relevant request.
“The prosecutor’s office has the right to try [to strip me of my
immunity], and I have the right to offer my arguments,” Avakov said.