For the certain staff of the Nikolaev prosecutor's office "shadowing" is conducted?

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On September 5 the material was published on the website www.ord-ua.com about counterprospecting checks which are conducted concerning some staff of Prosecutor's office. Also there the rapport text with the indication of surnames of employees and the reasons for which it is necessary to open on these employees check cases for the purpose of documenting and the termination of their criminal activity was placed.

In particular, in the presented rapport it is reported that the listed staff of Prosecutor's office is lower, using full access to materials quickly - search affairs, for material remuneration reports to objects quickly - search cases of available information, thereby preventing to carry out quickly - search actions, and in some cases even cancels resolutions on an institution quickly - search affairs.

In the list attached to a rapport, two Nikolaev employees of Prosecutor's office "were lit" also. In particular, the Organized Crime Control Department and SBU on fight against organized crime and corruption of Prosecutor's office of the Nikolaev area, and the senior adviser of justice Grechanom Nikolay Petrovich, the senior prosecutor of department of control of observance of laws by special forces the Organized Crime Control Department and SBU on fight against organized crime and corruption of Prosecutor's office of the Nikolaev area is a question of the adviser of justice Sulim Vadim Vladimirovich, the head of department of control of observance of laws by special forces.

Materials were placed last week, the rapport is written even earlier. Thus, there is a question - for the specified employees "shadowing" already is conducted?

It should be noted that as it became known from reliable sources in prosecutor's office of the Nikolaev area, Nikolay Grechany is going to leave on deserved rest.

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