Ex-Energy Minister Nasalyk is ready to pass polygraph test

Source : 112 Ukraine

Earlier the Supreme Anti-Corruption Court appointed the psychological examination of Ihor Hasalyk
15:28, 25 October 2019

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Ex-Energy Minister Ihor Nasalyk is ready to pass polygraph test as the court appointed the psychological examination for him as Ukrainian News reported citing Nasalyk’s lawyer Denys Buhai.

“The accusation of the NABU against Nasalyk is based on the false testimony of Petro Dyminsky who is hiding in Greece under suspicion in the commitment of the deadly car accident. Dyminsky stated about the provision of the loan to Nasalyk in 2014. Nasalyk denies the fact of the signing of some agreements and obtaining of funds. Moreover, when he knew about the fraud of Dyminsky and appealed to the court and police. The investigation takes place in this case,” Buhai noted.

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According to him, the facts provided by Dyminsky do not correspond to the reality and Nasalyk is ready to pass the polygraph test.

“The NABU detective refused the defense in the holding of the polygraph test realizing the risks of the failure of the case. Due to this fact, we were forced to appeal to the court with the request to appoint the holding of the research with the use of the polygraph,” the lawyer noted.

Earlier the Supreme Anti-Corruption Court appointed the psychological examination of former Energy and Coal Industry Minister Ihor Hasalyk with the use of the polygraph test.

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According to the investigation, in 2014, Ihor Nasalyk borrowed $1.249 million; however, he did not put information on the annual declaration.

The NABU detectives prepared a report on suspicion of Igor Nasalyk, the Minister of Energy and Coal Mining, over declaring false information.

Nasalyk states that the suspicion is politically motivated.

Earlier the NABU opened the criminal proceeding over alleged bribery in the amount of $20 million proposed to  Head of President’s Office Andriy Bohdan.


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