The National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) is investigating the alleged illicit enrichment of the Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration Oleksiy Filatov. This was reported by Ukrainian News agency with the reference to NABU press service.
“Starting from February 15, 2018, the investigators of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau are conducting pre-trial investigation concerning possible illicit enrichment of the Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration,” the press service reported.
All the documents and appeals regarding this received after February 15 are added to the materials of the criminal case for further probe.
Earlier, the lawyer Parinova said the Bureau refused to look into possible violations of Oleksiy Filatov when filling in the e-declaration.
Also, an investigation of Ukrainian media revealed that Filatov did not declare a civilian wife – a lawyer, who allegedly received a number of profitable contracts after her husband's appointment to the Administration.
In his turn, Filatov believes the case on his alleged illegal enrichment has no chance to succeed.
As it was reported earlier, the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has signed the law on the Supreme Anti-corruption court on June 11.
On June 7, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine voted for the law on the establishment of the Supreme Anti-Corruption Court. The decision was supported by 315 deputies.
In particular, the law determines the procedure for holding a competition for the selection of anti-corruption judges.
According to the text of the bill in the second reading, the Supreme Anti-Corruption Court (SACC) will work with criminal proceedings against corruption crimes provided for in the note of Article 45 (1) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine, art. 206 (2), 209, 366 (1) of the Criminal Code.
The law enters into force on the day after publication, with the exception of certain provisions that come into force with the commencement of the work of the Supreme Anti-Corruption Court.