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 Four indictments already transferred to court, - Anti-Corruption Prosecutor Kholodnytskyi

The Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office has transferred four indictments in criminal cases to court.

Authority's head Nazar Kholodnytskyi said on air of 112 Ukraine, Censor.NET reports.

"Four indictments have already been taken to court," he noted. According to Kholodnytskyi, these are the cases of a Severodonetsk judge accused of extorting $6,000, Hoseksportkontrol official Serhii Holovatyi charged with soliciting a bribe of $250,000, as well as of two SBU officers who tried to obtain illegal $70,000.

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"Last week, we planed to transfer four other indictments, but decided to wait as under article 290 of the Criminal Procedure Code the defendants have to study the materials. Here we have a case of a PGO prosecutor who offered a bribe for being employed in the NABU and three other cases," Kholodnytskyi said.

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