The People's Deputy from NUNS Kirill Kulikov appealed to the head of SBU to check information concerning listening of telephone conversations of employees of the secretariat of Temporary commission of inquiry on the Kiev power.
About it there is a speech in Kulikov's statement, informs his press - service.
"Today, on March 12 in 2009 I as the head of Temporary commission of inquiry of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine concerning investigation of circumstances of violation of the Constitution of Ukraine and laws of Ukraine, adoption of illegal decisions by officials of the Kiev city council and its executive body sent an official request to the head of Security service of Ukraine to Valentyn Nalyvaichenko in whom informed it on existence of real suspicions of rather illegal listening by unknown persons of telephone numbers which are used by members and employees of the secretariat of Temporary commission of inquiry", - is spoken in the statement нардепа.
According to Kulikov, according to the above numbers from unidentified persons oral threats about possible physical violence over him and his assistants - consultants in connection with activity of Temporary commission of inquiry sounded. "Considering specified, being guided by the relevant articles of the Law of Ukraine "About Security service of Ukraine", I appealed to the head of SBU to check information concerning listening of telephone conversations according to specified telephone numbers and to ensure my personal safety and persons who are directly involved in work of Temporary commission of inquiry", - noted in the statement of Sandpipers.
We will remind that the Verkhovna Rada created on February 19 VSK on investigation of violations of the Constitution and laws officials of Kiyevsovet and KGGA. 383 deputies voted for adoption of the corresponding draft of the resolution. As the head of the commission chose Kirill Kulikov, the deputy from Communist Party fraction Nikolay Kravchenko became his deputy. Except them 9 more deputies who represent all fractions of the Verkhovna Rada were a part of the commission.