MP Lutsenko told about the investigation of the cases against the leadership of the NBU

The national police of Ukraine and the National anticorruption Bureau of Ukraine investigate the administration of the national Bank, but the results of those investigations yet.

About this on air of the talk show “Right to Vlad,” on the channel “1+1” said the people’s Deputy Igor Lutsenko, whose colleagues treated the statements to law enforcement officers regarding the administration of the NBU.

“Now we see only investigations. What is the result of the investigation? This transfer of the case to the court. Of course, the courts haven’t. But the fact that the national police conducts its investigation, the NEB conducts its own investigation, the attorney General’s office also registered the criminal proceedings, this is definitely the effect. There are investigative actions”, – said the Deputy.

According to Lutsenko, the political will to bring the investigation to the end, there is. If the presidential Administration is not very interested in it, then the interior Minister Arsen Avakov loyal to the attempts to prosecute the Chairman of the NBU Valery Gontareva and Deputy Kateryna Rozhkova, said the Deputy.

Lutsenko said that the recent raids to NAB the National Bank was the impetus for the NBU to speed up his resignation.

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Recall that in late March, detectives of the National anti-corruption Bureau more than four hours worked in the premises of the NBU, where the documents collected in the investigation of cases of abuse of office which have entailed heavy consequences. Under suspicion officials of the national Bank, but investigators names not known.

The head of the specialized anti-corruption prosecutors Nazar Golodnitsky reported that the searches are connected with Platinum Bank and other banks. Investigators suspect that the liquidity of financial institutions artificially raised, and risks are deliberately ignored, so the decision was motivated by personal selfish interests.