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Prosecutor General Office investigates Poroshenko's influence on PrivatBank case

Following the consideration of the judges’ appeals, the Prosecutor General Office included the information to the Unified Registry of Pre-trial Investigations
11:36, 13 May 2019

The current President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko
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Prosecutor General Office launched an investigation on alleged pressure put by President Poroshenko on judges of PrivatBank case, as Kyiv District Administrative Court reported.

It was reported that following the consideration of the judges’ appeals, Prosecutor General Office included the information to the Unified Registry of Pre-trial Investigations and launched a probe on alleged interference in the work of the judges on PrivatBank case.

Related: Court merges five Kolomoysky’s lawsuits against Ukraine's National Bank, PrivatBank

In particular, it is about elements of a crime provided by the article No.2 of Ukraine’s Criminal Code (on interference in the operation of the judicial bodies).

As we reported earlier, oligarch Ihor Kolomoysky filed another five lawsuits against the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) and PrivatBank to Kyiv Economic Court.

Related: PrivatBank gets record revenue in 2018

On April 18, Kyiv-based court ruled that the nationalization of Privatbank in late 2017 was 'conducted with multiple law breaches.' The court, thus, granted the motion by Ihor Kolomoysky, the oligarch who appealed against the nationalization of the bank he had owned.

District Administrative Court of Kyiv granted the claim of Ukrainian oligarch Ihor Kolomoysky against the National Bank of Ukraine and Ukraine’s Government on nationalization of PrivatBank.

Related: IMF, G7 concerned about court's decision on PrivatBank case

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