The Anticorruption Prosecutor’s Office sent to court the criminal case in which the deputy of the Shor Paty, Denis Ulanov, is accused of fraud and money laundering, both crimes committed in particular proportions and in the interests of a criminal group. Ulanov’s property of nearly half a million euros was seized.
Four months ago, at the request of the Prosecutor General, Alexandr Stoianoglo, the Parliament lifted Ulanov’s parliamentary immunity.
In a year and a half, the Prosecutor’s Office totally changed the course of the investigations related to the billion-dollar bank fraud as the previous investigations were in vain. Currently, prosecutors are investigating a multitude of criminal acts that took place between 2010 and 2015. The investigations will continue until the stage at which not only the organizers and beneficiaries will be held accountable, but also those who favored the adoption of illegal decisions that allowed the robbery of the national banking system,” it is mentioned in the Prosecutor’s Office note.
The Shor Party deputy, Denis Ulanov, was left without parliamentary immunity on March 22 to approve the request of the General Prosecutor, Alexandr Stoianoglo. Ulanov was subsequently detained for 72 hours and later released.