Timoshenko insists on opening an investigation into Poroshenko’s dealings

0 29

November 6, 2017 – Fort Russ News –

– Novorosinform, translated by Tom Winter –

Kiev, “When our military got into the cauldron and they were getting killed in direct fire, that’s when Poroshenko and his entourage, as can be seen from this journalistic investigation, were opening offshore companies for money laundering.”

“This was done so that the state budget of Ukraine would not get a penny from Roshen Corporation and other assets of the president,” the press service of the Fatherland said.

- Advertisement -

According to her, the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU), the Prosecutor General’s Office, and the special anti-corruption prosecutor must deal with the investigation.

Earlier, in the Verkhovna Rada, Tymoshenko demanded to hear from President Poroshenko about documents published by the International Consortium of Journalistic Investigations on the creation of an offshore company to minimize taxes.

Recall that on Sunday the International Consortium of Investigative Journalism (ICIJ), funded, in particular, by one of the funds of George Soros, together with several international media, published materials on the activities of offshore companies in the world. The release mentions 120 politicians, including the Prime Minister of Canada, members the administration of Donald Trump, the court of Elizabeth II, as well as corporations Apple and Uber.

President of Ukraine Poroshenko, whose main asset is the confectionary Roshen Corporation, which has never been handed over to anyone, this year took the fifth place in the rating with a fortune of $ 1 billion, which has grown by 7% compared to 2016.

Earlier, the Ukrainian deputy and former commander of the Donbass Semenchenko said that 500 experienced “veterans of the ATO” are enough to overthrow the current president Poroshenko. On Saturday, October 28, activists of the Movement Liberation (Rukh Vysvozlennya) started a preventive blockade of several Roshen premises, urging Ukrainian President Poroshenko to busy himself with the government rather than his own business.

Subscribe to our newsletter
Sign up here to get the latest news, updates and special offers delivered directly to your inbox.

Get real time updates directly on you device, subscribe now.

Comments