“There is no conflict”. Sytnik commented on the scandal between NABU and SAP

“There is no conflict”. Sytnik commented on the scandal between NABU and SAP



4 APR, 14:05

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According to the Director of NABU, detectives and prosecutors are working normally.

Between the National anti-corruption Bureau and the Specialized anticorruption Prosecutor’s office there is no conflict.

This was stated during a speech in the Verkhovna Rada, Director of the National anticorruption Bureau of Ukraine Sytnyk.

“Creating SAP saved NABOO from the supervision of the General Prosecutor’s office. There is no conflict between NABU and SAP no. There are certain criminal proceedings, there are certain materials, which are now transferred to the competent authorities. If this applies to the penal code, it is transferred to the GPU, if for disciplinary proceedings – Commission of the prosecution of disciplinary offences,” he said.

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NABU declassified fragments of materials in the production of the Holodnitsky

At the same time Sitnic assured that the detectives NAB prosecutors and SAP are working normally, the anti-corruption Affairs in March filed more than two months.

We will remind, recently it became known that nazara Holodnitsky listened. In his office in the aquarium were found the equipment. Listening did the investigators of the GPU and NABOO.

March 30 Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko addressed to the Qualification and disciplinary Commission of public prosecutors with a request to consider the dismissal of the head of the Special anti-corruption Prosecutor’s office of Nazar Golodnitsky. On the same day, the anti-corruption Prosecutor called for interrogation to the Prosecutor General, but he was not.

The basis for opening of criminal proceedings against the head of the Specialized anti-corruption Prosecutor’s office of Nazar Holodnitsky information was received that he impedes the investigation of “Odessa case”.

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