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National Anti-Corruption Bureau closes production on possible abuses of PM Groysman

Investigators checked possible abuse and negligence during the adoption by the Cabinet of Ministers of order on the transfer of the Morshyn sanatorium building to the State Border Service
21:22, 18 August 2019
Ukraine's PM Volodymyr Groysman
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The Solomyansky district court of Kyiv recognized the closure of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU) criminal proceedings regarding the Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman as legal. This is stated in the court decision, which was adopted on June 20 and published in the Unified Register of Court Decisions.

NABU conducted a pre-trial investigation under Part 2 of Art. 364, part 2 of article 367 of the Criminal Code since November 23, 2018.

Investigators checked possible abuse and negligence during the adoption by the Cabinet of Ministers of order No. 376-r dated June 7, 2017, on the transfer of the Morshyn sanatorium building, Lviv Region, to the State Border Service.

On January 25, 2019, Artur Cherenkov, the chief detective of the bureau, closed the proceedings due to the lack of corpus delicti in PM's actions.

A complaint has been filed against this decision. The plaintiff demanded to cancel the closure of the case against Groysman and resume the investigation, however, the court rejected the complaint.
 
 
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