BYuT lawmaker Prokopchuk: bribes at 15 million dollars proposed to lawmakers
For refusing to sign coalition agreement
BYuT faction lawmaker Yuri Prokopchuk claims that lawmakers are proposed 15 million dollars for refusing to sign the “orange” coalition agreement.
According to an UNIAN correspondent, Yuri Prokopchuk claimed this at a press conference in Rivne yesterday.
According to his information, almost half of lawmakers, elected from BYuT, were proposed money and other kinds of remuneration for refusing to sign the coalition agreement. According to him, the approximate price of the “refusal” makes 15 million dollars.
At the same time, the lawmaker did not specify, whether he was proposed the money.
Yuri Prokopchuk was surprised with the conditions of lawmakers dwelling in “Ukraine” hotel, where, he said, there is not even any normal table for work, while the Verkhovna Rada pays the hotel 10 thousand hryvnias [2 thousand dollars] for one lawmaker for a month.