The National Anticorruption Bureau (NABU) is looking for former MP from the Opposition Platform-For Life faction Natalya Korolevska, according to the website of the Ukrainian Interior Ministry.
Her whereabouts have been unknown since 22 February 2023.
She is accused under Part 1 of Article 366-2 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine concerning declaring false information.
On 24 February 2023, parliament terminated the powers of former OPFL MPs Korolevska, Solod and Voloshyn.
All three tendered letters of resignation. However, the reason could also be Article 81, paragraph 4 of the constitution, which provides for the deprivation of the mandate in case of termination of citizenship or departure for permanent residence outside Ukraine. According to media reports, Korolevska and Solod are in the UAE. Voloshyn left Ukraine before Russia's full-scale invasion.
Earlier, more than 150 MPs signed an appeal to speaker Ruslan Stefanchuk to strip the MPs from banned pro-Russian parties of their powers.
In November 2022, the Skhemy programme published an investigation into the fact that MP Korolevska had not mentioned her real estate in Moscow Region in her income statements for 16 years. She has owned a house and a land plot in Russia since 2005.