Parliament initiated creation of investigation commission due to corruption of officials in Odesa

Source : 112 Ukraine

The city's coastline turns into stone jungle
08:00, 4 March 2020

Odesa Mayor Hennadiy Trukhanov
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MPs from Servant of the People urge their colleagues to sign a statement on the creation of a temporary investigative commission to investigate crimes, which featured mayor of Odesa, Gennady Trukhanov, and other officials of the Odesa City Council.

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“People who really got rich due to corruption should be responsible for it. Those investigative bodies that have to fight corruption, who have to start criminal proceedings and understand them - unfortunately, they don’t do their job. Odesa residents come to us for reception and they say, sorry for directness, about those kickbacks that you have to pay when you get into one or another office of officials. Everyone knows about this and the worst thing is that they’re not afraid of it at all," Oleksiy Leonov said.

In his opinion, Odesa is declining, as the coast is turning into a stone jungle thanks to new buildings.

"The sense of impunity and indifference to the inhabitants of Odessa by the Odessa city council led by Gennady Truhanov. They led to terrible tragedies - dozens of people died as a result of fires that have been taking place in Odessa lately. The real perpetrators have not yet been answered. Those who, contrary to the law, have not taken the necessary fire safety measures,” Leonov emphasized.

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So far, the statement on the creation of the temporary investigative commission has been signed by 16 officials.

As we reported before, the press service of the Cabinet of Ministers has refuted the previous message about Oleksiy Honcharuk's appeal to the District Administrative Court of Kyiv.


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