In September 2022, the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine started 53 investigations. Suspicion notices were served to 29 persons. Five indictments against eight persons were sent to court.
- a judge of one of the city-district courts of the Ivano-Frankivsk region and his accomplice suspected of receiving a USD 1.2 thousand bribe;
- a defense lawyer suspected of inciting her client to give USD 1.7 thousand in undue advantage to a judge of the Odesa Court of Appeal;
- the head of the state road maintenance enterprise in the Poltava region suspected of abusing his official position and misusing UAH 29 million from the State Road Fund;
- a Kyiv region city mayor suspected of causing more than UAH 8.7 million in damages to the territorial community;
- four persons suspected of abuse of power and official forgery, which led to Centrenergo PJSC's overpayment of UAH 8.25 million for natural gas;
- a Ukrainian MP of the III-IX convocations suspected of treason and illegal enrichment;
- the head of a district court in the Kirovohrad region suspected of receiving USD 1,000, as well as two assistant judges;
- eight persons suspected of embezzling property and funds of Ukrnafta PJSC (50%+1 share belongs to state-owned Naftogaz of Ukraine JSC) worth more than UAH 13.3 billion;
- three officials of the state-owned Yuzhnyi sea commercial port suspected of embezzling almost UAH 1.5 million.
A number of investigations were completed. These are cases related to:
- two former officials of Centrenergo PJSC (78.29% state-owned) and their accomplice, the owner of a private company;
- an MP suspected of bribing police officers;
- six suspects in the "Rotterdam Plus" case;
- a Ukrainian MP of the III-VIII convocations suspected of taking undue advantage and money laundering.
During the last month of summer, the following cases were referred to the HACC:
- the case of extortion of USD 10,000 by SSU, NPU officers;
- the "Ukravtodor" case;
- the case of receipt of UAH 558,000 in undue advantage by an MP;
- the case of incitement to bribery and fraud by PGO officials.
NABU continues to add up to Ukraine's victory over the occupier. In September, thanks to NABU and the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine, three Ukrainian marines returned to the controlled territory after spending more than six months in the occupied city.
Since the beginning of russia's large-scale aggression, more than UAH 943 million have been transferred for the needs of the Ukrainian military by NABU and SAPO efforts. In September alone, some UAH 300 million and USD 5 million, arrested within investigations, were used to boost Ukraine's defence capacity.
According to Article 62 of the Constitution of Ukraine, a person is considered non-guilty in the commission of a crime and cannot be subject to criminal punishment until he or she is found guilty by court.