RPL and BPP are unable to agree on a joint draft resolution on the establishment of VSC, – Lyashko

РПЛ и БПП не смогли договориться о совместном проекте постановления относительно создания ВСК, - Ляшко

Radical party and “Block of Petro Poroshenko” failed to agree on a joint draft resolution on creation of temporary Commission of inquiry (VSK) the Supreme Rada on issues of political corruption and offshore. This was stated to journalists on the sidelines of the Verkhovna Rada, the leader of Radical party Oleg Lyashko, informs TV channel “112 Ukraine”.

“Unfortunately, yesterday another meeting in the office of the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada does not end there. We are unable to agree with the “Block Petro Poroshenko regarding the support of the joint draft resolution on creation of the temporary investigative Commission. Since yesterday the arrangements have not been achieved, we continue today to block the parliamentary rostrum, demanding the establishment of the temporary Commission of inquiry on offshore and corruption of senior officials, as well as the return of gas prices”, – he said.

As reported, earlier people’s Deputy from BPP Mustafa-Masi Nayyem said that political forces, including HRC, seek to make offshore VSC relatively new podium.

We will remind, the leader of Radical party Oleg Lyashko claims to the presidency of the interim investigation Commission (VSC) of the Verkhovna Rada on issues of political corruption and offshore, however, the representatives of PPO, refuse to support his candidacy.

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Yesterday, may 17, the deputies – members of faction of the Radical party headed by its leader Oleg Lyashko blocked the rostrum in the Verkhovna Rada, demanding to create a temporary investigative Commission (TIC) to investigate the offshore scandal.

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Earlier, the international consortium of journalistic investigations (ICIJ) has opened access to the database, which is based on the so-called Panamanian documents. Information was published may 9. The updated database contains more than 200 thousand offshore companies registered through Mossack Fonseca. According to ICIJ, 643 Ukrainian citizens 469 owned by offshore companies.

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