RIGA - Latvian prosecutor's office has sent a request to the president of the European Parliament to consider lifting the immunity of MEP Nils Usakov (Harmony) so the prosecutor's office could bring charges against him, as the prosecutor office's press secretary Aiga Eiduka told LETA.
As reported, the Corruption Prevention Bureau (KNAB) has turned to the Prosecutor General's Office with a request to begin prosecution against former Riga mayor and current European Parliament Member Usakovs for possession of a banned video surveillance device.
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