As reported by Censor.NET, this was announced by National Anti-corruption Bureau (NABU) Director Artem Sytnyk in an interview to Interfax-Ukraine.
Sytnyk stressed that anti-corruption authorities have launched investigation into illicit enrichment of the ATO prosecutor long before he was included in the prosecutors' group in 'Kurchenko case.'
He said Kulyk and 12 other prosecutors were included in the 'Kurchenko case' group on May 27, 2016 - four days after the notice of suspicion regarding Kulyk was sent to the Prosecutor General's Office
"We heard a lot of reproaches against NABU and SAP (Special Anti-corruption Prosecutor's Office - ed.) by Kulyk, but have not heard a single logical explanation of how he acquired assets worth almost 3 million hryvnia, over the period between April and December of 2015 only," Sytnyk said.
As reported, criminal proceeding against Military Prosecutor of ATO Forces Kulyk started on Dec. 29, 2015 under part 2, article 368-2 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (illicit enrichment).
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