Tymoshenko has withdrawn a lawsuit and will no longer challenge the victory of Yanukovych

Acting Prime Minister of Ukraine Yulia Tymoshenko has decided to withdraw its lawsuit against the CEC in the Supreme Administrative Court on appeal the election results.Acting Prime Minister of Ukraine Yulia Tymoshenko has decided to withdraw its lawsuit against the CEC in the Supreme Administrative Court on appeal the election results.

"We see no point in further consideration of the claim and, subject to a formal review by the court the evidence before us, we are withdrawing your claim", - said Tymoshenko in court on Saturday.

She believes that it has provided convincing evidence of violations during the elections, but the court refused to request written evidence, as well as to invite witnesses.

Judge-Rapporteur Alexander Nechitailo specified Tymoshenko refuses their demands, because the procedure reviews the claim is not provided by the legislation.Tymoshenko once again confirmed that it withdraws the claim.

At present, the court retired to the deliberation room to decide on the application to r

evoke Tymoshenko claim, reports "Interfax".

Tymoshenko accused the Supreme Administrative Court of Ukraine of bias when considering her claim."As a presidential candidate, I was faced with a machine that works not on the basis of justice", - she told reporters during a break in the meeting of SACU.

Tymoshenko described the consideration of her claim to Vasu as "action, which does not look like justice."

"It will be clear that if they continue without the participation of our consideration of this issue, it would mean that in all circumstances they want to consecrate this falsification and to make sure that it was legitimate," - she said.

Tymoshenko sees no reason to continue its hearings on the suit of the falsification of presidential elections due to the failure of the court to verify the voter register.She stated this today during a court hearing in the Supreme Administrative Court.

"In fact, it was denied study and investigate the evidence base on which to base the claim itself", - explained the Prime Minister."Under these circumstances, we see no point in continuing the examination of this case," - she added.