Supreme Anti-Corruption Court passes its first sentence

The court's first verdict was a conviction
21:58, 30 October 2019

Olena Tanasevych, the head of Supreme Anti-Corruption Court of Ukraine

The Supreme Anti-Corruption Court of Ukraine has passed its first conviction. The Council of the Social Control of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau reported that. 

The case on deliberate withholding of electronic declaration by ex-judge of Dnipro region Appellation Court Nadiya Posunsa was heard in the court today. 

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"Panel of judges consisting of Olena Tanasevych, Kateryna Sikora and Tetiana Havrylenko found the accused guilty in committing the crime under article No. 366-1 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine and appointed punishment in the form of fine in the amount of $2042 with forfeiture of the right to exercise state official duties during one year," the message says. 

As we reported earlier, the prosecutor in Supreme Anti-Corruption Court delivered the indictment in case of ex-Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine Volodymyr Omelyan as the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office (SAPO) reported.

“On Monday, October 21, 2019, the SAPO prosecutor in the Anti-Corruption Court at regular court session delivered the indictment in the criminal proceeding in accusation of former Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine of the declaration of the false information,” the message said.

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