Kyiv's Solomensky District Court has ordered that the National Anti-corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) launch an investigation against Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Andriy Parubiy.

The relevant court order is published in the Unified State Register of Court Decisions.

NABU shall open proceedings under Article 210 of the Criminal Code (misuse of funds; budget expenditures, provision of loans from the budget without a budget assignment or in excess of such assignment) and Article 364 of the Criminal Code (abuse of power or official position).

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According to the court ruling, at the end of February, a statement was sent by mail with a report on criminal offenses allegedly committed by Parubiy, but the Bureau failed to open proceedings. Now the person who sent that report went to court and Kyiv's Solomensky court took the plaintiff's side, obliging NABU to open proceedings.

As UNIAN reported earlier, Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Andriy Parubiy filed a tax declaration stating UAH 550,000 (US$20,507) and over US$42,000 in cash for 2018.