Ukraine’s anti-corruption unit puts judge on wanted list

4 January, 11:04 PM
NABU suspects judge of declaring false information (Photo:NABU)

NABU suspects judge of declaring false information (Photo:NABU)

Ukraine’s National Anti-corruption Bureau (NABU) has put Inna Maslo, a judge of the High Administrative Court of Ukraine, on wanted persons list, over her failing to declare owned property in full, NABU said in a Telegram post on Jan. 4.

According to the message, Maslo is suspected of failing to declare UAH 7.8 million ($212,000) in assets.

According to the investigation, the judge was obliged, but did not enter information about two plots of land and two houses in the suburbs of Kyiv in her 2020 declaration. She and her husband were using the property throughout that year.

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“Although the houses are not officially put into operation, they are quite habitable, their value is more than UAH 4 million ($109,000) and almost UAH 2 million ($54,000), respectively,” NABU said.

“The plots of land on which they are located are worth almost UAH 1 million ($27,000) each. Thus, the total value of undeclared property amounts to about UAH 7.8 million ($212,000).”

The pre-trial investigation of the case is still underway.

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