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MP accuses Anti-Corruption Bureau Head of leak of doubleentry to Hilary Clinton team in 2016

MP Boryslav Rozenblat passed the flash drives with the records of the talks of the Anti-Corruption Bureau Head to mass media
13:16, 14 March 2019

Boryslav Rozenblat, the Ukrainian MP
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MP Boryslav Rozenblat has accused Head of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) Artem Sytnyk of leaking of the double-entry bookkeeping of Party of Regions to the team of Hilary Clinton, the candidate for the presidency in the U.S. in 2016. Besides, he passed the flash drives with the records of the talks of the NABU Head to a few Ukrainian TV channels as 112 Ukraine reported.

“Yesterday I wanted to make a statement but I will do it today on your television cameras.  I have precise information that the Head of our National Anti-Corruption Bureau, Mr. Sytnyk really leaked information about double-entry bookkeeping in favor of a candidate from Democrats Hilary Clinton. On December 11, I won a lawsuit of Leshchenko and Sytnyk, and the illegal actions on the spread of the secret information were recognized. Today I have precise information. I give you the flash drives with the records of the talk of Mr. Sytnyk, where he clearly states that he works for Hilary and does everything in the interests of the Ukrainian people but against American people. Because Trump is beneficial for the Americans and Hilary is beneficial for Ukraine. It is the state treason,” Rozenblat stated.

Related: Financial statements confirmed that Manafort received $1.2 million from Party of Regions, — AP

Earlier Kyiv District Administrative Court recognized the actions of NABU Head Artem Sytnyk and MP Serhiy Leshchenko on the interference in the U.S. elections illicit.

Particularly, the court found the disclosure and spread of information about the presence of the name of Paul Manafort in the lists of the double-entry bookkeeping of the Party of Regions as the interference in the U.S. elections.

Related: Manafort continued Ukraine work in 2018, prosecutors say

As we reported Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, is sentenced to 7,5 years imprisonment, as a result of court hearings on his case. Manafort has got approximately 47 months imprisonment from U.S. federal judge of Virginia State for fraudulence and tax evasion in the bank field last week.

Paul Manafort is charged with laundering money and evading taxes over ten years of cooperation with former Ukrainian leaders. Previously, an investigation team released over 300 documents, which reveal the details of Manafort's cooperation with the currently disbanded Party of Regions - the-then pro-presidential and ruling political force in Ukraine.

 

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