The Minister of Internal Affairs Yury Lutsenko shouldn't have opened a detail of criminal case about corruption of children.
It was declared by the general director of "Artek" Boris Novozhilov on a press - conferences in Gurzuf, reports the UNIAN.
He urged the president Victor Yushchenko to discharge Lutsenko of fulfillment of duties.
"Mister Lutsenko addressed to the president to calm a situation round "Artek", to discharge of positions of his some employees. I too address to the president in order that in Ukraine there was a rest, to discharge this minister of duties", - the general director of camp told.
Besides, he declared that will continue to work at a post of the general director of "Artek", despite Lutsenko's requirements.
Also Novozhilov expressed indignation concerning statements of the Interior Minister.
"I consider Lutsenko's statement simply as a crime. Why crime? The Criminal code" is violated in principle, - the general director of "Artek" told.
In his opinion, the minister had to "leave (to the press) and to calm children, the public, and to investigate this case on a PDA". "And it that made? Evidence that is forbidden by the Criminal code" left and laid out, - Novozhilov told.
The general director of "Artek" reported that in connection with a legal investigation on the article "corruption of minors" there passes one of editors of the Artek magazine, working in camp part time and which was the employee of ICTV TV channel. He is now detained on this case.
Novozhilov declared that it is a question of the drama in a family of this person.
The general director of the children's center also told that if children of this employee of TV channel mean, they had never a rest in "Artek".
Novozhilov also declared that it is necessary to shoot for pedophilia.
It is known that before Lutsenko reported that else in April of this year on the case of corruption of two minor children who had a rest in "Artek", charge is brought and detained the father of these children, and three employees of the children's center pass on business as witnesses.