Investigator working on case of Bohdan’s embezzlement was fired by Prosecutor General’s Office

The investigator was dismissed among the first discharged employees
13:37, 4 November 2019

The Head of the Office of President Andriy Bohdan
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The Prosecutor General’s Office (GPU) dismissed a prosecutor, who took on the case of the possible involvement of Head of the President’s Office Andriy Bohdan in the embezzlement of $1.2 million as Pryamy reported citing former head of Special Investigation Department of the GPU Serhiy Horbatuyk.

According to Horbatuyk, the investigator was dismissed among the first discharged employees as Strana reported.

“And it is a serious argument that they (the new authority, - want to protect from the prosecution in such illegal way,” he reported.

 Horbatuyk also said that Bohdan was questioned in this case; currently, he is treated as the witness. The investigation of the case, basically, is blocked as the GPU leadership refuses to sign the suspicions for the judges involved in the criminal proceeding.

However, Horbatuyk did not announce the name of the investigator.

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According to the number of Ukrainian mass media, the Special Investigation Department of the GPU considered the issue of the submission of the suspicion to Bohdan. The top-official is suspected in the violation of the law during the work

Thus, according to the investigation, the Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine contributed to the court's decision on illegal recovery of 1,2 million dollars of state guarantees for "United Energy Systems of Ukraine" corporation in favor of the Ministry of Defense of Russia.

This was done in order to bring Yulia Tymoshenko, the leader of the "Batkivshchyna" party, to justice.

Bohdan was preparing the legal materials of the Cabinet of Ministers on this process and allowed the illegal collection of state bills without reporting it to the prosecutor's office.




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