The first results of fighting high-level graft by the National Anti-Corruption Bureau can be expected in spring, says head of Rada’s anti-corruption committee Viktor Chumak, speaking on ZIK.TV Jan. 21.
The exposure of corrupt politicians is a slow work. There are deadlines for investigation which cannot be neglected, Chumak said.
Presently, NACB is investigating 250 cases of corruption, including 10 related to Rada lawmakers, he said.
All information about the investigations is secret. That is why many think NACB is slow, he said.
Many officials join the power with the hope of personal enrichment. Until the fear of corruption runs high among the officials, no investigating body can significantly reduce the crime rate, he said.