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Elections-2019: $200,000 suggested to presidential candidate for his withdrawal from elections

The culprits were detained
22:02, 6 March 2019

 

 

Yuriy Tymoshenko
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Yuriy Tymoshenko, the presidential candidate of Ukraine was suggested almost $200,000 for his withdrawal from the elections. Yuriy Lutsenko, the Prosecutor General, reported this on Facebook.

“The General Prosecutor’s Office together with State Investigation Bureau and Security Service of Ukraine detained three persons who were trying to give $200,000 to the presidential candidate Yuriy Tymoshenko for his refusal from running for the presidency”, - the report said.

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It should be noted, that the presidential applied to the General Prosecutor’s Office after several attempts to influence Yuriy Tymoshenko. The culprits are detained under the article 157 part 3 (the impediment of the electoral process).

Earlier today, the social organizations, to which the Central Election Commission of Ukraine allowed to be observers of the elections, can be involved in the cooperation with the illegal armed forces in Donbas and can support the terrorist activity in Ukraine.

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According to CEC, some media spread the information on possible use of forces from the observers of the official social organization. They believe that forgery is possible as well. The Central Election Commission regards this situation as an unlawful one, as it abuses the powers granted to the organizations as the official observers.

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