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Court obliges anti-corruption body to investigate abuses of Ukraine’s PM

Source : 112 Ukraine

The court upheld the complaint and obliged the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine to register the criminal proceeding on violations allowed by Volodymyr Groysman
13:01, 12 December 2018

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Solomiansky District Court of Kyiv has obliged the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) to open the criminal case due to the abuse of authority and dereliction of duty of Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman.  Ukrainian News reported this on Wednesday.

It was established during the court session that on November 7, the claimant sent the appeal on the criminal violations committed, according to him, by prime minister (the abuse of authority and dereliction of duty) to the NABU by mail.

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The NABU got the appeal; however, it did not put the information to the Unified register of pretrial investigations so the claimant filed the complaint against the NABU to the court.

The court upheld the complaint and obliged the National Anti-Corruption Bureau to register criminal proceeding on violations  allowed by Volodymyr Groysman.

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Earlier. the NABU opened a criminal proceeding for a possible abuse of power by Ukraine’s ex-Prime Minister Arsen Yatsenyuk and Justice Minister Pavlo Petrenko.

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