"Today, defendant Tymoshenko was handed all copies of the materials of the criminal case in 71 volumes. In February, she was handed the electronic version of the case so that she could have the opportunity to examine [the case]," he said.
Blazhivsky said that the maximum period for the transfer of materials to court was five days, but the prosecutor's office does not plan to delay this, so the case will be sent to court in the near future.
As UKRINFORM reported, Tymoshenko is accused of organizing tax evasion, theft and attempted theft of budget funds through illegal VAT refunds, official forgery and the evasion of income tax during her stay as head of the UESU corporation in the mid 1990s.
This case was filed against the ex-prime minister in October 2011, shortly after she was sentenced to seven years in prison for abuse of office when signing a gas agreement with Russia.
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