Corrupt MP refuses to wear electronic bracelet for the third time

Source : 112 Ukraine

Ukrainian MP Maksym Polyakov has also changed his place of registration without informing the law enforcement bodies of his new place of registration
16:37, 17 August 2017

Ukrainian MP Maksym Polyakov (Narodny Front Faction) refused to electronic bracelet yet again. Maksym Kravchenko, the Prosecutor of the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office reported that to the Ukrainian News.

"This is the third time that he refused to wear a bracelet,” prosecutor Maksym Kravchenko said.

Apart from that Polyakov reported that he is no longer registered in Uman, Cherkasy region (Central Ukraine, - ed.). He didn’t inform the law enforcers of his new place of registration.

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Maksym Polyakov is suspected of taking bribes and abusing power; he is one of the key suspects in the so-called ‘amber case’. Polyakov and his counterpart Boryslav Rozenblat are charged with taking 15,000 dollar-bribe from a company that intended to change the acting legal frameworks concerning production of amber in Ukraine.

The corrupt MP was stripped of his parliamentary immunity on July 11. 

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The court set the $12,000 bail for Polyakov and ordered him to wear an electronic bracelet. After paying the bail, Polyakov has twice refused of wearing an electronic bracelet.

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