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About 70 resorts have been stolen from Ukrainians over past three years, - MP

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Leadership of law enforcement committee is required to investigate activities of deputy chairman of Federation of Trade Unions of Ukraine
22:11, 16 December 2019

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The leadership of the law enforcement committee is required to investigate the activities of the deputy chairman of the Federation of Trade Unions of Ukraine Volodymyr Saenko on the facts of intentional bankruptcy of sanatoriums. Ilya Kiva, MP from the party "Opposition platform - For life" during a meeting of the parliamentary committee on law enforcement stated this, which was broadcast by ZIK.

Kiva noted that, according to his information, certain commercial structures conspired with the deputy chairman of the Federation of Trade Unions of Ukraine Volodymyr Saenko and began bankruptcy of the Zhovten sanatorium in Koncha-Zaspa. Part of the territory has already been rewritten to commercial institutions.

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“It turns out that over the past three years, about 70 resorts have been stolen from Ukrainians in a similar way,” - he added.

The MP handed over to the head of the committee an appeal regarding the investigation into the activities of the Federation of Trade Unions of Ukraine, in particular regarding the actions of the deputy chairman of the Federation Volodymyr Saenko on the facts of the deliberate bankruptcy of the Zhovten clinical sanatorium in Koncha Zaspa, as well as regarding attempts to raider the Zatoka sanatorium in the town of Zatoka in Odesa area and Odesa clinical sanatorium Kuyalnik.

As we reported, the Security Service of Ukraine exposed the corruption mechanism of embezzlement of city budget funds by officials of one of the communal enterprises of the Kyiv city state administration.

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