Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine, Head of the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office Nazar Kholodnytskyi said in an interview with Censor.NET.
"We plan to complete pre-trial investigation of another 12 cases and refer them to the court in December 2016 in addition to 45 cases that were referred to the court as of Dec. 12, 2016. We'll see how it goes," Kholodnytskyi said.
Asked what high-profile cases had already been referred to the court or were ready to be referred, the prosecutor said: "I believe all cases we investigate are high-profile. It is impossible to distinguish this or that case as more or less high-profile. Each of them addresses vital elements of life of society and the state.
"Of those cases that are already in court, I could distinguish the case of Ternopil prosecutors, the case of the military prosecutor Kulyk, the case of Judge Buran charged with shooting at law enforcement officers, the case of the Zaporizhia Titanium and Magnesium Plant which we are trying to return under the state control, and many others...
"Those cases that are planned to be referred in the near future include proceedings against Onyshchenko, "Kyoto money" embezzlement, the case against Auditing Chamber members involved in real-estate fraud, etc.," Kholodnytskyi said.
As reported, Kholodnytskyi announced Dec. 14 that SAP had filed a lawsuit to the Economic Court of Kyiv demanding to call off establishment of Zaporizhia Titanium and Magnesium Combine LLC (ZTMC) and return the enterprise under the government control.