This became clear after the end of the registration, reports the Chestno organization.
Presently, the constituents are offered to download the election program of the candidate instead.
"A few days ago I downloaded Medyanik's declaration from the CEC site since right now we analyze the candidates in accordance with Chestno criteria. Today I opened the CEC website and saw that the declaration disappeared", says the movement's Lugansk coordinator Vsevolod Filimonenko.
"Possibly, it is a technical malfunction on the site. However, we have a copy of the document that had reasons to disappear. The Bentley car that Medyanik drives every day is not on the declaration", says the coordinator. Medyanik mentioned 6 vehicles: 2 car, 3 motorcycles and a jet-ski.
The Chestno movement notes that the information about the Bentley that the deputy drives in Lugansk on the daily basis is absent. According to the document, the property and income of Medyanik in 2011 constituted 95,270 UAH (12,000 USD). Besides the 6 vehicles the future deputy owns 2 apartments and "other real estate" totaling 273.7 sq. m. and 6 land plots.
Lugansk activists could not obtain a comment from the candidate regarding the disappearance of the declaration from the CEC website or the Bentley.