Lyashko Oleg Valerievich - full dossier, compromising evidence
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Lyashko Oleg Valerievich
Oleg Valeryevich Lyashko, in words, is a simple village guy who deeply understands the problems of the villagers and poor people. He makes beautiful promises that he will raise the wages of hard workers, that he will fight for a decent pension. Only now Oleg Valeryevich lives well, and away from ordinary people – in Kozin (Koncha-Zaspa). He has many mansions, expensive cars, a collection of coins. And all this with a deputy salary of UAH 300,000. But the journalists still managed to expose Lyashko and his corruption schemes, and where did the huge sums come from in the deputy's accounts.
Oleg Valerievich Lyashko
Born December 3, 1972 in Chernihiv. Ukrainian journalist, politician, leader of Oleg Lyashko's Radical Party, deputy of the Verkhovna Rada.
Mother – Lyubov Pavlovna Lyashko (b.. 21.06.1953). According to the official version, his father left his mother immediately after Oleg was born. Wife since June 2, 2018 – Rosita Alexandrovna Lyashko dev. Sayranyan; genus. October 28, 1970, from 1998 to 2018 lived in an actual marriage. Rosita is a real estate agent, before meeting Oleg she worked as an administrator of a slot machine hall. Daughter – Vladislava Vitalievna Gorbenko (b.. 2002) Son – Alexander (genus. May 17, 2020) Sister – Victoria Brother – Sergey lives in the Luhansk region.Until the age of six, he was brought up in an orphanage in Priluki. Later he studied at three boarding schools: Yablunivskaya, Komarovskaya and Borznyanskaya. Worked as a shepherd. He studied at the technical school as a tractor driver. Then he tried to enter the Faculty of Journalism of the Kyiv National University, but failed. However, he did not give up his passion for journalism. He wrote articles for the Borznyansky district newspaper Komunistichna Pratsya. Since 1990, on the recommendation of the Chernigov correspondent of the Ukrainian Radio Anatoly Turkeni, he began to train at Radio Liberty. In 1990-1992, he was a correspondent for the Kyiv newspaper Young Guard. In 1992-1995, he was the editor of the Kommercheskie Vesti newspaper of the Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations of Ukraine, which was then headed by Boris Sobolev. On June 21, 1993, Oleg Lyashko was arrested on charges of embezzlement of state property. On December 9, 1994, the Judicial Collegium for Criminal Cases of the Kyiv City Court passed a verdict in which Lyashko, who worked before his arrest as the editor-in-chief of the Kommercheskiye Vesti newspaper, was found guilty of committing crimes under Art. Art. 86-1, 191, 194 hours. 3 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine. The court found Lyashko guilty of “theft of state property in the amount of 1 million 300 thousand. karbovanets and a collective agreement in the amount of 1 million 100 thousand. karbovanets”. He was sentenced to 6 years in prison with confiscation of property. Lyashko served his sentence in Izyaslav colony No. 31. Six months later, the Supreme Court reduced the sentence to 4 years. Lyashko was released in May 1995 under an amnesty in connection with the 50th anniversary of the Victory, in 1998 the Varvinsky district court of the Chernihiv region removed the conviction ahead of schedule, but in 1999 the Chernihiv regional court overturned this decision. Much later, in the fall of 2010, a 1993 video appeared on the Web, in which, during interrogation at the prosecutor's office, 21-year-old Oleg Lyashko frankly spoke about his sex life with a man named Borya. Lyashko tells the investigator of the prosecutor's office about his homosexual relationship with a high-ranking official, whom he appeased in exchange for promises to help in the service. In particular, Lyashko declares that he “took it in his mouth.” Lyashko himself tried to declare this record a fake. But the investigator Oleg Matveev, who then interrogated Lyashko on video, later confirmed the fact of the video recording, but refused to say who Borya was.. According to some reports, Borey could be the same Boris Sobolev, who headed the Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations of Ukraine, under which the newspaper Kommercheskie Vesti, edited by Oleg Lyashko, was published. After his release in 1995-1996, he was the editor of the Politika supplement of the Pravda Ukrainy newspaper.. In 1998 he received a diploma from the Faculty of Law of the Kharkiv State Pedagogical University named after G.. frying pans. In 2000-2006, he was the editor-in-chief of the Svoboda newspaper (CJSC Editorial Board of the Politika Newspaper).
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Corruption schemes Lyashko
The media found out how Lyashko “earned” hundreds of millions of hryvnias on corruption schemes In particular, in the last year alone, Lyashko and his wife purchased real estate for about UAH 20 million, informs the publication of anti-corruption investigative journalist Denis Bigus “Bihus.info”. In addition, Lyashko uses an armored car Cadillac Escalade. There is no such car in the people's deputy's declaration (he declared a Mercedes S 550 and a Land Cruiser), but earlier Lyashko was repeatedly recorded on this car near the Verkhovna Rada. Officially, the car is registered with Lyashko's adviser – Alexander Gulak. He is a member of the “Radical Party” and even in 2014 he ran for people's deputies and did not pass. In a statement to the CEC, the husband did not indicate his place of work, he only noted that he was temporarily unemployed. According to a journalistic investigation, the corruption scheme that helped Lyashko get rich originates from the Chernihiv region and has been operating since 2008. She is connected, in particular, with the former deputy of the State Emergency Service – Oleg Averyanov, who is a deputy of the Chernihiv Regional Council. “Until 2009, fire trucks not only for Ukrainian firefighters, but also for import, were produced by the state-owned enterprise “Prilutsky plant of fire-fighting and special engineering “Pozhspetsmash”. In 2007, the SPFU announced plans to privatize the state-owned plant. Already at that time, investors were interested in the enterprise. But the plant did not last until the transparent competition. Already in 2008, at the request of creditors, for a ridiculous, in comparison with the value of the enterprise, debt of UAH 20 million. the court started bankruptcy proceedings. His property was distributed among several companies, in particular those associated with Averyanov. At the same time, Lyashko also came to the plant for the first time, ”the journalists found out. In 2009, a year after the bankruptcy of the state-owned enterprise, the State Emergency Service transferred UAH 263 million to the account of a private company with the same name Pozhspetsmash Plant, which was managed by Averyanov. for the supply of fire equipment. However, the private “Plant” did not have production, so the company transferred money to another with a similar name – “Production Enterprise” Pozhspetsmash “, co-founded by the mother-in-law of Oleg Averyanov. Mother-in-law's firm purchased Russian cars through a chain of fictitious companies. In 2011, the tax authorities found that while cars were traveling through a chain of firms, their value doubled. As the journalists found out, after the tender deal, two firms were liquidated, instead, the PK Pozhmashina company appeared at the production facilities of the former state plant. The owner of a private company is a Cypriot company, and the formal ultimate beneficiary is a member of the Radical Party Alexander Borshch. However, according to the ex-wife of Oleg Averyanov, Evgenia, the PK Pozhmashina company is actually owned by Averyanov, and the official beneficiary of Borsch is an old friend and godfather of the spouses.In 2015, the ex-head of the State Emergency Service Sergei Bochkovsky announced pressure on him from Oleg Lyashko in order to “knock out” the victory in the tender of the State Emergency Service for Pozhmashinya. After personnel rotations associated with the arrest and release of Bochkovsky, Averyanov became deputy chairman of the State Emergency Service, and a tender for fire trucks for UAH 92 million. held shortly after appointment. The State Emergency Service then rejected all offers, except for Pozhmashini and Man Truck and Bass Ukraine. The tender was won by the last. However, law enforcement agencies found that Averyanov colluded with the commercial directors of the German representative office: after the victory of the Germans, they transferred two-thirds of the winnings to Pozhmashina. Further, this money went to the Alliance-Agro Trade and Industrial Company LLC with an office in Averyanov’s apartment. In addition, in 2016, despite the current criminal proceedings, the company received more than 400 million hryvnias from the state budget for the supply of fire equipment. The journalists recalled that at the end of 2015, the Radical Party faction refused to vote for the state budget, which the “radicals” called corrupt, until UAH 400 million was included in it.. for the purchase of fire equipment. “After successful participation in the tender, Oleg Lyashko and Oleg Averyanov went with bouquets of roses to celebrate the victory at the plant, to which they allegedly have nothing to do. Within a year after the purchase, Lyashko spent 20 million hryvnias on real estate,” the investigation says. Averyanov himself denied his involvement in this company, although his ex-wife is suing her as common property.
In 2012, the deputy's mother bought three apartments of 100 sq.. m each in a business-class house on Yevhen Konovalets Street, 36-B, but the following year they were all sold and now she has only a 13-meter parking space left there. And also a house of an unknown area in the village of Bogdanovka near Kyiv was decorated on it. At the beginning of 2017, Oleg Lyashko bought a house of 550 sq.. m. and two land plots with a total area of 0.6 hectares in the village of Kozin (Koncha-Zaspa) with a total cost of UAH 15 million. Lyashko told reporters that he had bought the house on credit, but there was no information about the loan or mortgage in the declaration and extract for real estate. The declaration for 2018 states that the radical is the owner of a house with an area of 550 square meters and a land plot with a total area of more than 0.6 hectares. The politician bought this property in the village of Kozin, Kyiv region, for 15 million hryvnias. He also rented part of a house there. In particular, Lyashko has a separate house where he receives journalists.. In 2014, he showed it to ICTV and stated that he spent the last money on it.. However, to this day this object is not listed in the declaration.. Interestingly, the mansion was recorded from the very beginning to the younger sister of Lyashko's wife, Lolita Fedotova. Lyashko owns six land plots in Knyazhichi, Kyiv region, as well as an apartment with an area of almost 100 square meters in Kyiv. Lyashko's wife Rosita Sairanen owns a land plot of 605 sq. m. in the capital of Ukraine. And also a country house in Kyiv, on 296 square meters and free of charge uses a summer kitchen in Malaya Aleksandrovka (63 square meters) in the Kiev region .. Oleg Lyashko, head of the Radical Party faction in Verkhovna Rada, declared 740,000 dollars, 90,000 euros and 890,000 hryvnias in cash. In addition, according to the electronic declaration, there are UAH 1,844,775 and UAH 190,700 in Lyashko's bank accounts. Lyashko's cohabitant Rosita Sairanen has 200,000 dollars, 40,000 euros and 760,000 hryvnias in cash. Last year, Lyashko received twice UAH 992,388 of income from the alienation of real estate and UAH 2,245,500 of income from the alienation of movable property. In addition, in the Verkhovna Rada, he received UAH 79,596 of salary and UAH 80,559 of funds for parliamentary activities. In Kyiv, Lyashko owns apartments with an area of 367.20 sq.m.. and 95.50 sq.m., an office area of 182.80 sq.m.. and a parking space with an area of 23.60 sq.m. It also has a “garage” in Pryluky, Chernihiv region, with an area of 127.50 sq.m. Also, the people's deputy owns 6 land plots in the village of Knyazhichi, Brovarsky district, Kyiv region, with an area of 210 sq.m. In addition, Lyashko rents a house with an area of 215.90 sq.m in the village of Kozin, Obukhov district, Kyiv region. and a land plot with an area of 450 sq.m., as well as a land plot with an area of 142.30 sq.m. Also, from valuable movable property, Lyashko declared a collection of coins issued by the National Bank of Ukraine, a collection of silver and gold coins of foreign origin in the amount of 5 pieces, a peasant pitchfork, 4 watches Vacheron Constantin, Ulysse Nardin, Breguet and Audemars Piguet, a treadmill and an exercise bike, furniture , as well as jewelry (a set of white metal, with black pearls and precious stones – earrings and a ring). His cohabitant Rosita Sairanen also owns jewelry. Lyashko 33.33% of the corporate rights to CJSC “Editorial newspaper” Politics “.
In 2014, the SUV was put up for a charity auction.. Range Rover sold for 70 thousand. dollars and the proceeds of the politician donated to the ATO. Then Oleg Lyashko was repeatedly seen in the Cadillac Escalade, although this car turned out to be issued to his assistant. The deputy himself eventually got a Mercedes-Benz S550, and his wife Rosita got a Mazda CX-5. Now the candidate’s declaration lists a 2004 Toyota Land Cruiser, and his wife has a Mercedes GLE 250. In addition, Lyashko indicated that he was renting a 2013 Toyota Land Cruiser 200.
THE FIGHT OF LYASHKO AND HERUS: THE POLICE OPENED A CRIMINAL CASE
Recall that the current people's deputy had a fight with the former one the day before in the VIP-terminal of the airport “Borispol”. The leader of the Radical Party asked Andrey Gerus about the import of electricity from Russia. After the former people's deputy pointed his finger at the current one, a fight broke out between them.. Lyashko grabbed his opponent's shirt and tore it. After already in social networks, opponents exchanged accusations. Lyashko accused Gerus of importing Russian electricity. Gerus, for his part, convinces that the leader of the Radical Party is lobbying the interests of the oligarch Rinat Akhmetov to purchase coal according to the Rotterdam + formula. The police opened criminal proceedings on the fact of a fight between Oleg Lyashko and Andriy Gerus. Article – “Threat against a statesman”. This was reported to Channel 5 by the regional police.Oleg Lyashko had several convictions. Back in 1993, he was arrested on charges of committing a number of crimes, among other things, for embezzlement of state and collective property on an especially large scale and unauthorized appropriation of power. Sentenced to six years with confiscation of property, but a year later was released under an amnesty. In 1999, the newspaper Politika, headed by Lyashko, was closed by a court decision for disclosing state secrets.. In 2001, Lyashko was given a suspended sentence for publications about former Acting Deputy Prime Minister Vasily Durdynets and Ivan Grigorenko, head of the Odessa Oblast Internal Affairs Directorate, which were recognized by a Ukrainian court as slander.. But in 2006, through the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, he succeeded in overturning this decision. In 2010, a video appeared on the Internet, which recorded the alleged interrogation of Lyashko in the prosecutor's office in 1993, where he talks about intimate relationships with a man. On the night of March 9-10, 2014, he detained a deputy of the Luhansk Regional Council Arsen Klinchaev, who was later interrogated and beaten under video recording. The international human rights organization Amnesty International stated that, in its opinion, the actions of Oleg Lyashko and his armed supporters are a flagrant violation of international legal norms. On September 10, 2015, a criminal case was initiated against Oleg Lyashko in the Russian Federation on suspicion of kidnapping Dmitry Tchaikovsky, a resident of Mariupol. In September 2018, information appeared that Lyashko wanted to deprive him of his parliamentary immunity.. According to the information, SAPO and NABU charged the MP under Articles 366-1 (declaring false information) and 368-2 (illicit enrichment) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine. In the Verkhovna Rada, Lyashko is often seen as an active participant in brawls and fights. In 2001, he was convicted of libel, which he spread in the Svoboda newspaper about the then Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Vasily Durdinets. Oleg Lyashko was sentenced to two years probation. In 2006, he entered the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine of the 5th convocation on the lists of the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc – was No. 26 on the electoral list. Worked as the head of the sub-committee on the organization of the work of the Verkhovna Rada of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Regulations, Deputy Ethics and Support for the Activities of the Verkhovna Rada. Since November 2007, during the extraordinary elections, he again became a People's Deputy of Ukraine (VI convocation) from the same bloc – No. 29 on the list. Since July 2009 – Deputy Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Budget. Head of the Interim Investigation Commission of the Verkhovna Rada on Investigation of Violations of Laws in the Sphere of Property, Land and Other Issues by Kharkiv Mayor Mikhail Dobkin and Secretary of the Kharkiv City Council Gennady Kernes. Despite the fact that he got into big politics thanks to Yulia Tymoshenko, this did not prevent him from subsequently insulting the leader of the Batkivshchyna party in every possible way and calling him the “Kremlin cuckoo”. On October 28, 2012, Oleg Lyashko won the parliamentary elections in the 208th majoritarian district and became a people's deputy of Ukraine of the 7th convocation. In January 2012, 16-year-old Vadim Tereshchenko from an organization for the protection of sexual minorities accused Lyashko of rape.. On July 15, 2012, Oleg Lyashko's attempt to take two pupils of the Yalta boarding school, aged 12 and 14, to Turkey was suppressed. In May 2014, it was announced that a pre-investigation check had been launched on this fact in Crimea.. On May 25, 2014, he took third place in the presidential election, gaining 8.32% of the vote. In the early parliamentary elections in 2014, the Radical Party of Oleg Lyashko passed through the lists and gained 7.44% of the vote. On March 17, 2014, he introduced a bill that proposed to consider participants in “separatist rallies for joining Russia”, as well as those who impede the movement of military and military equipment, as traitors and accomplices of the invaders. For the period of “military aggression” it is proposed to apply the death penalty to traitors, saboteurs, murderers, marauders, deserters and spies. The bill provides for the severance of diplomatic relations and the introduction of a visa regime with Russia, the denunciation of agreements, the ban on the CPU and the Party of Regions, an appeal to the EU to ban the entry of residents of Crimea with Russian passports and other measures. The commander of the Azov regiment, Andrei Biletsky, noted that Lyashko “was one of the lobbyists for the creation” and weapons “from the warehouses” of their volunteer battalion, created in early May 2014. On July 11, 2014, he registered in the Verkhovna Rada a draft law prohibiting the entry to Ukraine of 518 cultural figures – Russian citizens who supported Russia's “military aggression” against Ukraine. Lyashko is suspected of being a creature of the group of Ukrainian billionaire Dmitry Firtash and ex-head of the Presidential Administration Sergey Lyovochkin. According to a number of experts, Lyashko's task is to blur the protest opposition field. On September 10, 2015, the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation opened a criminal case against Oleg Lyashko and fighters of the Azov National Guard Regiment on suspicion of kidnapping Dmitry Chaikovsky, a resident of the city of Mariupol (Donetsk region). A criminal case was initiated on the grounds of crimes under paragraphs. “a”, “c” part 2 of article 126, pp. “e”, “f” part 2 of article 117, part 1 of article 356 of the Criminal Code of Russia (kidnapping, torture, use of prohibited means and methods of warfare). In the spring and summer of 2016, together with journalist Elena Kirik, he hosted the weekly Pravda Lyashko program on the NewsOne TV channel.. The program was closed at the initiative of the TV channel, Lyashko attributed this to political pressure. On April 24, 2017, the director of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine, Artem Sytnik, announced that the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office of Ukraine had opened criminal proceedings on the possible illegal enrichment of the leader of the Radical Party, Oleg Lyashko.
Sweet speeches about love for pensioners and ordinary people bribe the unfortunate inhabitants of Ukraine. And Lyashko skillfully uses it. He continues to come to villages, promising decent pensions and salaries to ordinary people.. But as can be seen from the investigations of journalists – “the tongue says one thing, but the hands do another”. Oleg Valeryevich profits mostly thanks to tender purchases. And so that his illegal affairs are untouched, Lyashko generously shares with prosecutors and the anti-corruption bureau and with everyone who can somehow interfere.