The Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine (GPU) investigated more than 23 300 criminal proceedings, mostly on grave and gravest crimes. Andry Lysenko, the spokesperson of the GPU reported this at Facebook.
'The prosecutors of the Chief Investigation Department and regional prosecutor's officers investigated more than 23 300 criminal proceedings, mostly on grave and gravest crimes committed by the officials of the bodies of authority and local self-government bodies, crimes that rose the great public outcry, including the cases on corruption in 2017', the message said.
Moreover, the prosecutors of the regional prosecutor's offices solved pretrial investigations of 11 108 criminal proceedings, the prosecutors of the Chief Investigation Department solved the investigations in 215 proceedings.
The prosecutors of the Chief Investigation Department and regional prosecutor's office submitted 1412 charging documents to the court, including 571 on the corruption crimes, 19 on the crimes committed by the organized gangs or criminal organizations.
Moreover, the prosecutors of the Chief Investigation Department submitted 72 charging documents, including 30 on the corruption crimes to the court.
As we reported President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko submitted his version of the bill on creation of the anti-corruption court to the Parliament, according to the website of the Verkhovna Rada.