Tuka posted comments on his Facebook page, Censor.NET reports. The governor informed that some names, amounts, and other details might be concealed.
Commenting on corruption, Tuka noted that investigation has been launched on multiple issues.
First, several forestry agencies are being checked up under my order. Facts of pit-prop sales concealed as "firewood for citizens" have been revealed. Illegal extraction of timber has been recorded.
Tuka also informed that a fact of money laundering via Kyiv to the so-called "Luhansk People's Republic" is being investigated.
Also, a sale of a large lot of meat to the other side of the demarcation line, which constitutes terrorism financing crime, is being investigated.
Other issues that are under the new governor's control include illegal use of farm lands (tax dodging, concealment of income, illegal grant allowances from the budget).
"A tedious but needed process of recruitment for various positions in underway (interviews, personal affairs, development plans, more interviews, etc.). When some 'revolutionaries' yell about why Ivanov/Petrov/Sydorenko is still at his place, I suggest they read the law and see what heads of military civil administrations can do," the governor said.
"Today is my 'favorite' day - reception of citizens. Expecting a huge influx of people asking to supply electricity, repair a building, organize garbage removal, etc.
"I wrote this post not to report, but to inform 'activists' of WHAT I am doing at the moment. You judge by yourself whether these are achievements or not," the governor concluded.