Yukos case expert questioned for second time

Mikhail Subbotin, an expert on the Yukos case, has been questioned in the Investigations Committee for a second time and says he believes the questionings may continue.

Mikhail Subbotin, an expert on the Yukos case, has been questioned in the Investigations Committee for a second time and says he believes the questionings may continue.

"The talks will likely continue. The first stage was completed in these two days, yesterday and today. There will be more questionings," he told reporters.

Subbotin said he is currently a witness in the case, but would not enlarge on the questions the investigator asked him, saying only that they were related to the work of the autonomous non-governmental organization Center for Legal and Economic Research of the Higher School of economics and the experts' decision on the Yukos case.

The two questionings lasted a total of 13 hours.

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