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 "Cyborg" and Crimea's first deputy prosecutor make it to final of anti-corruption contest

The anti-corruption prosecutor selection commission will offer Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin two candidates to choose from - Lviv prosecutor, "cyborg" Maksym Hryshchiuk and Crimea's first deputy prosecutor Nazar Kholodnytskyi.

The decision was taken today after commission's final vote, Censor.NET reports.

Out of the two candidates, Shokin will now have to choose the one to lead the anti-corruption prosecutor's office.

As previously reported, Lviv prosecutor, "cyborg" from the Donetsk airport Maksym Hryshchiuk became the highest-rated candidate for the position of anti-corruption prosecutor.

Prior to that, the commission selected seven candidates for the position.
 
 
 
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