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Ukraine's anti-corruption body serves Odesa Mayor with charges

Gennadiy Trukhanov did not declare the property of his wife
16:13, 11 March 2019

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Odesa Mayor Gennadiy Trukhanov is suspected of violating the law due to the fact that he did not declare the property his wife owns, as Pravda reported referring to the resources in the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office (SAP).

The law enforcers are investigating the case related to the declaration of Trukhanov.

Related: Ukraine's people's deputy does not mention financial obligations in declaration

Odesa Mayor did not include information about his wife’s property in the declaration of 2015-2017. He might be fined an amount equal to 2,500 to 3,000 times the minimum non-taxable income, public work for 150-240 hours or imprisonment for up to two years with deprivation of the right to hold certain positions or conduct some activities for up to three years.

Earlier, Olga Bogomolets (former counselor on humanitarian issues to the President of Ukraine, Ukrainian MP and the chairman of the Committee of Verkhovna Rada on Health Issues, - ed.) became an involvant in the criminal proceeding opened amid including false information into the declaration. As it was reported, the National Anti-Corruption Bureau has opened three criminal proceeding against the Ombudsman of Ukraine Lyudmyla Denisova.

Related: Committee recommends Verkhovna Rada support e-declaration cancellation bills

According to the article, the case was opened on February 18. This happened after finding violations in the Ombudsman’s declaration.

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