judges

11.01.2018 00:00

Indictment as of two judges from Dnipro was sent to court

The Detectives of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) under the procedural guidance of the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office (SAPO) completed a pre-trial investigation of the criminal proceeding as of the facts of receiving 16 thousand USD improper advantage by two judges of one of the District Courts of Dnipro. On January 11, 2018, the indictment as of abovementioned judges and two more persons was sent to court.

23.01.2017 02:00

NABU started analyzing the data regarding candidates for positions of judges of the Supreme Court of Ukraine

The National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) has begun analyzing the data regarding candidates for the positions of judges for the new composition of the Supreme Court of Ukraine. The first findings have already been submitted to the Public Integrity Council.

12.12.2016 00:00

NABU started new investigations based on e-declarations analysis results

Having analyzed information of submitted e-declarations, on December 7-9, 2016 the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) registered seven criminal proceedings.

Two proceedings were registered as of the facts of MPs submitting false information to their declarations (Article 366-1 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine). One criminal proceeding was opened as of the fact of illegal enrichment by a deputy Chairman of the Regional Council (Part 3 Article 368-2 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine – “Illegal enrichment”).

11.02.2016 15:12

The NABU is gathering profiles for 1500 judges

The National Anti-corruption Bureau of Ukraine detectives are investigating 13 criminal proceedings concerning Ukrainian judges, as reported by Artem Sytnyk, the Bureau's director. 
 
“Combating corruption in the judicial branch of power is one of our priorities. Over the last two months we have exposed four judges of receiving improper advantage. The information concerning property and foreign trips of certain judges uncovered during the investigations is shocking,” - said Mr Sytnyk.