The senior leadership of Ukraine’s Anti-Corruption Action Center has profited from sweetheart deals and kickbacks – Adam Ereli

"The senior leadership of Ukraine’s Anti-Corruption Action Center, which has received significant funding support from the U.S. government, has profited from sweetheart deals and kickbacks." - said the ex-ambassador of the United States to the Kingdom of Bahrain in his article in FOXNEWS .

"Its (Anti-Corruption Action Center) Director, Vitaly Shabunin, earns $34,000 according to his tax filing.  In 2010, he bought an apartment for $60,000.  In 2014, he acquired land near Kiev for $20,000.  In 2016, he sold his apartment for $34,000 and built a house for $83,000.  All properties are registered in his wife’s name and there are no mortgages on the properties."

In May 29, NGO "National Interest of Ukraine" has asked State Fiscal Service of Ukraine to check the activities of NGO "Anti-Corruption Center" for violations in the field of the tax code.

In June 3, we have received reply from State Fiscal Service of Ukraine. In the letter it was information, that according to our application for a criminal offense, a pre-trial investigation in criminal proceedings was initiated.

Recall, our NGO’s target is to reveal public persons, officials and organizations that harm national interests of Ukraine and Ukrainians through their activities.

 

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