SBU officer has escaped criminal punishment for bribery

A major of the security Service of Ukraine who extorted a bribe from a representative of Zaporizhia titanium and magnesium plant LLC has escaped criminal punishment.

The Prosecutor General's office has completed a pre-trial investigation into the purchase of a batch of low-quality bulletproof vests for the armed forces of Ukraine

In criminal proceedings, suspicion was reported to 8 persons, including two generals and the head of the manufacturer of bulletproof vests, who lobbied for the interests of his company through the Deputy Minister of Defense of Ukraine. The Department added that during the pre-trial investigation conducted 43 searches and seized all purchased 11 thousand bulletproof vests.

During local elections, the police exposed voter bribery schemes in several regions

On the day of local elections in Ukraine, October 25, the national police recorded schemes of bribery of voters in the city of Kiev, Odessa, Zaporozhye, Mykolaiv and Kiev regions.

Two men in the Vinnytsia region attacked members of the election Commission

Police detained 2 suspects for attacking members of the election Commission and attempting to seize election documents. In the Vinnytsia region, men threatened to physically kill the Chairman and members of the Commission at the exit from the site.

The commander-in-chief of the armed forces of Ukraine received a third apartment from the state

Commander-in-chief of the armed forces of Ukraine Ruslan Khomchak received another apartment from the state in addition to the previous two.

Law enforcement officers detained a gang of "dirty cops"

The security Service of Ukraine blocked the activities of an interregional organized criminal group that illegally used technical means to wiretap cellular communications.

Law enforcement officers exposed a corruption scheme at the Boryspil airportĀ»

The top management of Boryspil international airport organized an illegal scheme during the construction of transport infrastructure facilities.

In Ukraine, a dirt on Biden was on the market for $5 million

Last year, unknown people in Ukraine tried to sell dirt on former US Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter, who worked for the Ukrainian company Burisma, for $ 5 million.

Ex-head of the Tax service suspicted of abuse

Former head of the State tax service Sergey Verlanov was informed of suspicion of abuse.

The loss of ballots was announced in Kharkov

When accepting ballots at the city election commission a shortage. 2.5 thousand ballots for elections to the city council and 3.5 thousand for elections of the city mayor did not arrive from the printing house.