The investigators re-qualified a case against the Head of Board of the Anticorruption Action Centre. Now Shabunin is charged with Part 2…
What is wrong with 1.5 billion USD of the “Yanukovych’s money” being returned to the state budget “Ukrayinska Pravda” and…
The Prosecutor General’s Office Seized Original Text of the Court Decision in the Case of ‘Yanukovych’s $1.5 billion’ from the Court due to the Apostille Not Being Affixed on Their Papers
Pecherskyi District Court of Kyiv enabled the Prosecutor General’s Office to withdraw the original text of the Court Decision, according…
After a “Chance Encounter” with Kolomoyskyi, Prosecutor General Lutsenko Took away from the State-owned “PrivatBank” Compromising Evidence Against the Oligarch
On December 7, the Prosecutor General’s Office searched the nationalized “PrivatBank” on suspicion of its officials having created a scheme of seizing the money via lending to legal entities. “Kroll” detectives, investigating the bank assets withdrawal by its former owners, also fall under suspicion of being the scheme accessories.
The Security Service of Ukraine (SSU) is arguing that the Russians have recruited top-managers of “Energoatom” for subversive activities in Ukrainian energy system. What’s the damage? Well, 300 million EUR worth of tenders for shell companies with Russian goods, which are being lobbied by the SSU guys.
On December 11 on the national TV program, Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko announced that following MPs Herasymov and Burbak, his wife Iryna Lutsenko, MP and Representative of President in the Verkhovna Rada, also has intention to introduce a draft law “to resolve contradictions” in the NABU activities.
100 out of 800 million UAH out of “Kurchenko’s oil products”, or the second big fake confiscation by Prosecutor General Lutsenko
800 million UAH, confiscated by Prosecutor general Yuriy Lutsenko are to be seen only on paper, and only a small part of the sum at best will end up in the state budget.
Corruption and lack of trust in judiciary are still affecting the investment climate in Ukraine more than the conflict with Russia. This conclusion was given by the study of obstacles to foreign investments to Ukraine in early September 2017. To improve business climate, investors expect Ukraine to concentrate on fighting corruption, including bringing to justice allegedly corrupt top officials and judges, ensuring independence of the judiciary and timely implementation of IMF program.
“A Crib” for the Prosecutor General, Or How Confiscation of “Yanukovych’s Coffers” Should Not Have Been Classified
We tracked the sequence of events related to classifying of 1.5 billion USD and we came to the conclusion that the investigators of the Prosecutor General’s Office were planning since the very beginning concealment of the verdict. The plea deal that made confiscation possible is void, in our opinion.
Head of the Division of the Proceedings Control, State Prosecution and Representation in the Court of the Department for Investigation of Particularly Important Cases in the Field of Economy of the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine
Varchenko Olha Oleksandrivna.