NABU adapts to work under war conditions: discussion

A full-scale russian invasion changed the lives of the entire country and affected the work of state institutions. The anti-corruption agencies were ready to face these challenges: they successfully adapted their work to a new reality and continued to fight corruption. After all, effective anti-corruption efforts is what Ukraine is required as a potential candidate for EU membership.

17.11.2016 15:44

After analyzing e-declarations NABU registered first criminal proceedings

After analyzing information of submitted e-declarations, on November 17, 2016, the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine registered three criminal proceedings as of the facts of illegal enrichment (Part 2 and Part 3 Article 368-2 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine). Two criminal proceedings are opened as of MPs and one as of a representative of judicial power.

The pre-trial investigation is in progress.

The NABU Detectives are working with the details to define all circumstances of committed crimes.

20.10.2016 16:44

Verification results of MP Svitlana Zalishchuk’s funds, spent for apartment purchase

The Information Processing and Analysis Department of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine in response to the allegation by a MP Svitlana Zalishchuk started an information analysis on the legitimacy of funds that she had spent on buying an apartment.
Thus, according to the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine, the income of a MP Svitlana Zalishchuk in 2011-2014 amounted to 922, 848 UAH.
15.03.2016 02:00

The NABU is ready to support the National Agency on Corruption Prevention launching – A. Sytnyk

Verification of the officials' declarations is a complex organisational process, so it is crucial that the National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) has all the necessary resources – said the NABU director Artem Sytnyk.