News » Western Ukraine 13 November, 2013, 16:02
Anti-corruption committee officials selling jobs for bribes

The police in Ternopil exposed a ring of anti-corruption committee officials who were involved in taking bribes for appointing committee staff, our correspondent reports Nov. 13.

Future officials of the Western regional anti-corruption committee had to pay between $2,000 and $10,000 for getting cushy appointments. 
However, the candidates were taken for a ride by committee officials and didn’t get their jobs.
Eventually, the cheated candidates informed the police. 
The police opened a criminal investigation against 5 committee officials who had collected about $62.5 thousand in bribes. 

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