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Sytnyk says Parliament should let NABU right to eavesdrop officials
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KYIV, July 24 Director of the National Anti-corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) Artem Sytnyk has said he hopes the newly elected parliament will grant NABU the right to "eavesdrop" and return criminal liability for illegal enrichment, as well as repeal the so-called "Lozovy amendment."

"We very much hope that a decision will be taken on granting us rights to monitor conversations, something about which we have spoken for a long time. We very much hope that responsibility for illegal enrichment will also be returned and the 'Lozovy amendment' will be repealed, and that other initiatives will be pursued," Sytnyk told journalists in Kyiv on Wednesday, speaking about his hopes for the new composition of Ukraine's Verkhovna Rada.




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