Court asks SBU to deal with the priest of the UOC-MP, who called the police "Ukrainian Banderites"
This was reported in the Hlybotsky District Court of the Chernivtsi region, whose judge fined the drunk priest. TSN.
The court reported that the decision, according to which the priest must pay a fine of UAH 17 thousand, has not yet entered into legal force, since he is appealing it to the Court of Appeal.
"The court's decision has not yet entered into legal force, it has been appealed by the person who is being brought to administrative responsibility, and therefore the case is under appeal consideration in the Chernivtsi Court of Appeal," the Hlybotsky District Court said in a statement.
The court also added that they sent a letter to the SBU, which should respond to the priest's statements.
"Based on the results of the review, the court sent a letter to the USBU in Chernivtsi region in order to respond accordingly to the facts established during the trial," the court says in a statement.
As reported, in the village of Chagor, Chernivtsi region, patrol police stopped priest Vasyl Savka for driving under the influence, but he refused from being tested. At the same time, he called law enforcement officers "Ukrainian Banderites" and threatened to shoot them.