VoxUkraine Corruption Briefs

July 31, 2015

1 QuuSJ7Z6m1_PRWCb_-GqOwThe VoxUkraine Corruption Brief: The Good, the Bad, and the Murky

Corruption continued to lead headlines in Ukraine over the past month. A prominent Kyiv judge was found-out for accepting bribes in exchange for preferential rulings, two high profile prosecutors were arrested following a corruption sting that has scandalized the General Prosecutor’s Office, and a dramatic shootout in the western Ukrainian city of Mucachevo brought regional corruption and power dynamics into the national limelight.

By: Mike Duane

Special thanks to: Viktoriia Gnatenko and Anton Marchuk


June 20, 2015

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The VoxUkraine Corruption Brief: The Good, the Bad, and the Murky

Events unfolded rapidly over the past few weeks, with important developments seen on multiple fronts in the fight against corruption. Ukraine’s National Anti-Corruption Bureau is finally taking shape, notorious Yanukovych ally Serhiy Klyuyev lost his parliamentary immunity and is now in hiding, Kyiv’s police force has got a makeover, and former Georgian President and corruption fighter Mikheil Saakashvili has been named governor of Odesa oblast.

By: Mike Duane

Special thanks to: Viktoriia Gnatenko and Anton Marchuk

 


May 29, 2015

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The VoxUkraine Corruption Brief: The Good, the Bad, and the Murky

VoxUkraine is pleased to launch a new brief on corruption in Ukraine. Our goal is to bring the most relevant news to our English speaking audience, with coverage of both the challenges and the progress in Ukraine’s fight against corruption.

The main topics:

➦ Traffic Chief’s Downfall

➦ Surprising Appointment of Mr. Bilous

➦ Shady Land Deals

By: Mike Duane

Special thanks to: Viktoriia Gnatenko, VoxUkraine