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Ukraine's anti-corruption agency: No request to check information on bribes for Razumkov's resignation

Source : 112 Ukraine

Although Razumkov reported that he asked anti-corruption bodies to check information about possible bribes to deputies of Parliament “for votes concerning some resignations”
15:24, 22 September 2021

The head of SAPO Maksym Hrishchuk
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The Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office stated that they had not been asked to verify the information about bribes for the resignation of Verkhovna Rada Chairman Dmytro Razumkov. Head of the SAPO Maksym Hryshchuk reports that, according to Ukrainian News.

“I do not know anything about the receipt of such complaints,” Hrishchuk said.

As it was reported earlier, head of Servant of the People party David Arahamiya is dissatisfied that the Parliament Speaker Dmytro Razumkov sent the bill №5599 on de-oligarchization to the European Commission for Democracy through Law (Venice commission), and considers it an attempt to “bring down” its consideration.

It appears that there was information about bribes for the vote on Razumkov's resignation.

Earlier, Razumkov said that he had asked the anti-corruption authorities to check the information about possible bribes to deputies of the Rada “for votes on some resignations”.

Related: Corruption Prevention Agency starts checking 96 declarations of MPs and local councils’ deputies

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