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Victor Pshonka, former Prosecutor-General of Yanukovych, concealed multi-billion embezzlement of the state by former President and his close associates.
Vitaliy Yarema, the Prosecutor-General of the era of the new President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, did not bring to court any single criminal case against former Ukrainian officials enlisted in the EU sanctions list.
Why to have a new law enforcement authority, if existing structures may be reformed?
The fact is that there is no law enforcement system in its ‘classical’ sense in Ukraine. There are only remnants of a system that over years has been transformed into a mechanism of corruption and an instrument to conceal embezzlement of public resources by political pseudo-elites.
While official criminal investigation posses now lower risks for perpetrators engaged in large-scale corruption: it is a common practice to “negotiate” with the prosecutor’s office closing the proceeding, win a case in a court, or “kill” it at the stage of court order execution, which may be postponed for years not affecting corrupt practices.
Finally, the Bureau has to achieve important objectives – to implement new approaches to investigation of financial crimes committed by high-level officials, to restore people’s faith in law enforcement system and to re-establish values of honor and dignity of employees of the law enforcement authorities.If a citizen becomes aware of corruption and embezzlement of budget funds, he/she would rather pass the information to trusted journalists than to the prosecutor’s office.Fact-based analytical media publication revealing corrupt conducts, if professionally done, has a positive impact: a contract may be terminated, corrupt official in power may be dismissed or a scheme of non-transparent distribution of natural resources may be halted.First convictions of high-level corrupt officials and forfeiture of their ill-gotten assets, as effective results of NAB activity, will start rapid clean up and real reform of the entire law enforcement and judicial system of Ukraine.Media and civil society organizations now often replace law enforcement bodies in investigating large-scale corruption schemes in Ukraine.