Criminal schemes, looting in the defence sector, corruption in the SBU and the prosecutor’s office. According to the leader of Samopomich, Lviv city chairman Andriy Sadovyi, this is only “a tiny tip of a large corrupt iceberg in Ukraine.”
When talking with the media during his working visit to Kherson, the politician noted that he did not know a single case that “a criminal or rogue has been punished for corruption in the past four years.”
“How come that small teams of investigative journalists are doing more than tens of thousands of law enforcement officers – the people who receive billions from the budget to solve crimes. How much longer can this be tolerated?” says Sadovyi and adds that we can do away with “this gang” by coming to the polls and voting on March 31.