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One of the officials whose job is to introduce more transparency in public procurement has caused a scandal after she was involved in some murky real estate deals.

Tatjana Sazonova, deputy financial director of ProZorro, a state agency that operates the new e-procurement system of the same name that aims to prevent corruption in state procurement, bought two apartments over the past 17 months at prices that appear to be far below market ones.

Sazonova paid Hr 1.7 million ($65,270) for a spacious apartment of 181 square meters in a new building on 84 A Sichovykh Striltsiv Street in Kyiv. The deal was signed on June 29, according to Sazonova’s recently updated public declaration.

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