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NABU to pass Pavelko's case to court

According to Manhul, the Head of the Agency, NABU possesses unquestionable evidence that Pavelko has violated the restrictions concerning the plurality of MP “due to holding a positions of member of the UEFA Events SA Executive Board, which is a commercial entity”
15:47, 11 July 2018

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The National Agency for Prevention of Corruption will send protocols concerning the corruption actions of Andry Pavelko, Ukraine’s MP, the Head of Parliament’s Budget Committee and the President of the Ukrainian Football Federation, to the court. Oleksandr Vorobey, the Head of “The initiatives of future” organization, said after the meeting with Oleksandr Manhul, the Head of the agency, as bigmir.net reported referring to Podrobnosti.

According to Manhul, the National Agency for Prevention of Corruption gathered enough information to establish the facts which prove that Pavelko committed “actions and made decisions in a state of an actual conflict of interests” at the session of the committee he chairs.

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Besides, it was stressed that the Agency possesses unquestionable evidence that Pavelko has violated the restrictions concerning the plurality of MP “due to holding a positions of member of the UEFA Events SA Executive Board, which is a commercial entity”.

“The board of the National Agency for Prevention of Corruption promised to compose respective protocols under the facts named and send them to the court as soon as possible,” the representatives of the “The initiatives of future” concluded.

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