Of the 86 cases transferred to National anti-corruption Bureau and the Specialized anticorruption Prosecutor’s office in the court in 2017, decisions have been taken only on 23, and into legal force on 17 convictions. About it reports a press-service of NABOO.

In the NEB noted that the majority of convictions are agreements on recognition of guilt.

In the anti-corruption Bureau reminded that on 1 September into force entered judgment against Alamana Akhmedov, who played the role of mediator in obtaining illegal benefit by the judge of the Severodonetsk city court of the Lugansk region.

“Among the most high-profile cases, pre-trial investigation which has been completed, it should be noted the production associated with embezzlement of public enterprises PJSC Ukrgasdobycha, SE Elektrotyazhmash, OJSC State food grain Corporation of Ukraine (SFGCU), OJSC Odessa port plant (OPZ)”, – stated in the message.

The trial has not yet started on one third of the cases in which the detectives NAB completed a pre-trial investigation, prosecutors SAP sent the indictment to the court.

Among the main reasons for delaying consideration of NABOO are called the problems with the definition of jurisdiction, employment and vacations of judges, the absence of side protection etc. In particular, in the production by providing improper benefits to the military Prosecutor of the southern region of Ukraine, scheduled for August 19, a preparatory session was not held. The next meeting was scheduled two months later – on October 18.

“There are “case-record”, that in fact, for more than a year and a half has not started. So for 16 months the court begins hearing cases on the fact of illegal influence on the Minister of economic development and trade. The next hearing is scheduled for September 26, prior was not held because of absence of the defense,” said NABU.

Earlier it was reported that the National anti-corruption Bureau is investigating 72 cases according to the analysis of electronic declarations.

NABOO: the Verdicts handed down only one-third of the court cases 11.09.2017

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