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Head of Kyiv District Administrative Court informed of suspicion, - journalist

Source : 112 Ukraine

The court building is being searched at the moment
17:50, 17 July 2020

The Chairman of Kyiv District Administrative Court
Pavlo Vovk/Facebook

The Chairman of the Kyiv District Administrative Court, Pavlo Vovk, and seven other people were informed of suspicions of organizing a criminal organization and conducting actions aimed at forceful change or overthrow of the constitutional order or take-over of government. Ukrainian Journalist Yuriy Butusov wrote about this on his Facebook page.

"NABU (National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine) has just brought suspicion to the head of the District Administrative Court of Kyiv Pavlo Vovk, Deputy Chairman Yevhen Ablov, five other judges, as well as the head of the State Judicial Administration Zinovii Kholodniuk. They are accused of creating a criminal organization and conducting actions aimed at forceful change or overthrow of the constitutional order or take-over of government," Butusov reported.

Related: Anti-Corruption Bureau informs ex-Infrastructure Minister Omelyan of suspicion

It is also stated the court building is being searched at the moment

"NABU detectives are conducting authorized searches in the premises of the District Administrative Court of Kyiv and the State Judicial Administration to seize items, things, and documents that may be relevant to criminal proceedings," the press service of Ukraine’s National Anti-Corruption Bureau noted.

As we reported earlier, the Supreme Anti-Corruption Court arrested Andriy Balony, the head of the Kirovograd Regional State Administration, for two months.

Related: Kremlin's agent in Ukraine's Cabinet: Instigator of official notified on suspicion

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