Sep. 27, 15:15
Currently, the National Anti-Corruption Bureau is investigating 86 criminal proceedings related to corruption schemes in the energy sector, where the opportunities for unscrupulousness run high.
Sep. 27, 12:52
NABU says it is ready for reforms that increase its effectiveness at fighting any corruption risks related to aid provided to Ukraine by international partners.
War in Ukraine
Sep. 17, 09:33
As Ukraine’s population flocks westward, goods and aid continue to chug inward, where much appears to be caught up in the “Bermuda triangle” of the customs system.
Sep. 6, 12:20
Some Ukrainian citizens are calling for Zelensky to veto new law that would reinstitute wealth reporting for government officials to agencies, but keep their scandalous info from public scrutiny.
Sep. 1, 11:33
The inherent problems with Ukraine’s legal system, as adopted from the Soviet era, and why it needs (moreover, wants) Western expert help to reform it.
Aug. 26, 09:03
Ukraine’s commitment to a raft of anti-corruption measures must not go unnoticed as Russia continues to sow exaggerated narratives to destabilize Western support.
Aug. 3, 16:14
The official, who worked in the Kyiv city administration and headed a department in the army, had issued false documents declaring men unfit for military service.
War in Ukraine
Jul. 20, 09:29
Ukraine’s Defense Minister outlined his priorities for reducing the risk of corruption in the processes used to buy the materiel Ukraine’s troops need.
Jun. 28, 11:37
Activists who earlier exposed the schemes which included high-tech kitchen equipment and drums purchased for Kyiv air-raid shelters reported further significant abuse.
Jun. 23, 08:40
The former head of the military commissariat, AFU Colonel Yevhen Borisov, initially denied that his family had purchased any property in Spain.
Jun. 19, 13:39
Suspected officials offered entrepreneurs the guarantee of unhindered registration of laboratory tests and certificates of conformity for agricultural products.
Jun. 17, 12:07
The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) is tightening its case against two former defense ministry officials for misappropriating funds meant for the armed forces.
Jun. 15, 16:11
In what a Ukrainian MP has described as a “corrupt scheme”, a district administration in the capital has raised a few eyebrows with some very extravagant purchases.
Jun. 14, 13:31
Fleeing from justice for years and possibly faking his own kidnapping, the High Anti-Corruption Court found the former judge of Kyiv's Dniprovsky District Court guilty of bribery.
Jun. 12, 16:57
Former PM Yulia Tymoshenko and a group of her Batkivshchyna party members went to the Supreme Anti-Corruption Court to vouch for their colleague Serhiy Belashov.