Ukraine’s anti-graft agency issues arrest warrant for MP Volynets

Ukrainian MP from the Batkivshchyna parliamentary faction, Mykhailo Volynets
Ukrainian MP from the Batkivshchyna parliamentary faction, Mykhailo Volynets

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The NABU and the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office (SAPO) served Volynets with charge papers on Nov. 17.

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According to law enforcement officers, he entered unreliable information in the electronic income declaration for 2020, omitting to declare property worth almost UAH 1.79 million ($48,949).

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In April 2021, journalists from Ukrainian television’s Skhemy investigative program found out that Volynets uses a Toyota Highlander SUV, which is not listed in the declaration. The journalists established that the car is registered to Andriy Volynets, the lawmaker’s son.

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