Moroz Alexander Alexandrovich - full dossier, compromising evidence


Politician, deputy, ex-speaker of parliament ...

Influence level

Actively spoke on channels, in political programs, and other mass media ...


accusation of pro-Russian politics, participant in the "cassette scandal", suspi ...


corruption, assassination attempt on other politicians ...

Moroz Alexander Alexandrovich


What is the name of one of the worst enemies of Leonid Kuchma? A person who is closely connected with the murder of journalist Georgy Gongadze, who is objectionable to the authorities? The publication of "Melnichenko's Tapes" whose hands are the work of? All this is the cunning and two-faced Alexander Moroz, a man who was eager for power, although he denied this fact. As soon as people chose Kuchma again, Frost immediately poured mud on the whole people, calling them "a flock of sheep." This is a man who went against corruption, but a 300 million dollar bribe to join the coalition, and connections with Iraq, showed us the bitter truth about Alexander Moroz. In addition, one should not rule out the assumption that it was Alexander Moroz who ordered the murder of Georgy Gongadze, and the “Melnichenko tapes” are just a fake created in order to frame Kuchma and take his place.

February 29, 1944
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Frost Alexander Alexandrovich – Kuchma's worst dream.

Official biography:

Date of birth: 02/29/1944 Place of birth, education: Born in the village. Buda of the Tarashchansky district in the Kiev region. In 1965 he graduated from the Ukrainian Agricultural Academy (he received the specialty of an agricultural mechanical engineer). In 1983 he graduated from the Higher Party School under the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine. Career. He began his career in 1965 as an engineer in the Yemelchinsky district association “Selkhoztekhnika”. After serving in the army, in 1966-1974, he worked as a teacher, head of the department of agricultural mechanization at the Tarashchansky Agricultural College. In 1974-1976. Alexander Moroz is a senior engineer in the Tarashchansky district and Kiev regional associations “Selkhoztekhnika”. In 1976 he moved to the party field. Until 1983, he worked as a department head and deputy head of the agricultural department of the Kyiv regional committee of the Communist Party. In 1983-1985. – Secretary of the Kyiv Regional Council of Trade Unions. In 1985-1989. – First secretary of the party committee of Kyiv regional organizations and institutions. In 1989-1990. head of the agrarian department of the Kyiv Regional Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine. From 1991 to 2012, Oleksandr Moroz was the leader, chairman of the political council of the Socialist Party of Ukraine and head of its parliamentary faction. From 1990 until 2007 – permanent parliamentarian. In the Verkhovna Rada of the 1st convocation, he was the secretary of the commission on issues of the agro-industrial complex, in the first year of being a deputy he headed the parliamentary majority. In 1994-1998. Oleksandr Moroz was the speaker of the parliament. From 1994 to 1996. – Co-Chairman of the Constitutional Commission, played a major role in the preparation and adoption of the Constitution of Ukraine. In 1998-2000. – Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Agrarian Policy and Land Relations, the next two years – a member of the same committee. In the parliament of the 4th convocation (2002-2006), Oleksandr Moroz worked in the committee on legal policy issues. In 1994, 1999 and 2004. ran for the presidency, but did not find the proper support of voters. He was one of the main initiators of the political reform approved by the Verkhovna Rada in December 2004 and expanding the powers of the parliament and government, while simultaneously limiting the power of the President. In July 2006, he was elected Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada for the second time.. This happened as a result of the creation of a parliamentary majority in the Socialist Party, the Party of Regions and the Communist Party of Ukraine, after the socialists, led by Oleksandr Moroz, unexpectedly for political allies and “orange” voters, refused to bloc with Our Ukraine and the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc. In the parliamentary elections of 2012, Moroz ran for the majority constituency in the Myronovsky district of the Kyiv region, but lost to the regional (Party of Regions) Oleksandr Onishchenko. Married. He raised two daughters, the eldest is a music teacher, the youngest is engaged in business. Owner of six grandchildren . The politician is fond of poetry (writes poetry). He likes chess, billiards, spinning fishing, swimming.

Unofficial biography:

In May 2003, People's Deputy Oleg Tyagnybok published a note from the then chairman of the STA in the Lviv region to the then chairman of the STA, Yuriy Kravchenko, about financing the Ukrainian opposition through JSC “Credit Bank (Ukraine)”. As stated in the note in October 2002, Alexander Moroz, together with Viktor Yushchenko and Yulia Tymoshenko, met in Poland with the head of the government, Leshyk Miller, and asked for financial assistance.. However, there was not a single refutation, as well as confirmation of this information from Mr. Moroz.. As, however, and from other Ukrainian oppositionists. In October 2004, the SPU was on the list of organizations that Saddam Hussein supposedly promised cheap oil in exchange for their support in lifting the UN sanctions.. This document was made public by military inspectors from the Iraq Study Group and the CIA. There were also suggestions at the PSPU about cooperation with Iraq, but the leader of the Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine, Natalia Vitrenko, categorically rejects the suggestion that the PSPU could be financed by Saddam Hussein's regime. She also stated that: “Initially, Moroz played a double game.” In 1996, the politician played a leading role in the adoption of the KU. Being the speaker of the parliament under President Leonid Kuchma, who planned to reform the public administration system, Alexander Moroz, despite the fact that the voters gave an affirmative answer to all 4 questions, initiated consideration of the president's reform project. Recall that Leonid Kuchma intended to submit for public discussion a version of the document concentrating power in the hands of a bicameral parliament.. Experts called the implementation of the results of the referendum beneficial to the president. The leader of the socialists achieved an urgent consideration of the project. As a result, Leonid Kuchma was unable to implement the results of the referendum. Corresponding amendments to the legislation were not introduced by the Verkhovna Rada.. The agenda for Ukrainian politicians was completely changed by the “cassette scandal” that broke out at that time. When in 2006 Alexander Alexandrovich went over to the side of the Party of Regions and the Communist Party, MP Oleg Lyashko said that he had some evidence of “betrayal of the Orange”. He announced a bribe of $ 300 million to the leader of the Socialist Party for the entry of “socialists” into the coalition of “regionals”. According to open sources, over time, the court, at the suit of the speaker of parliament, recognized Oleg Lyashko's information as unreliable and ordered the people's deputy to refute it.

The socialist's accusations of pro-Russian politics arose because, after leaving politics, the ex-speaker began to write poetry. In 2018, for the collection of poems Novinarnya, he received the title of laureate of the literary competition Coronation of the Word. When presenting the award to him, Alexander Alexandrovich complained that our state does not care about culture, which offended Yuri Logush, the founder of the competition. He could not hide his emotions and reminded the laureate that he himself had been in power for a long time.. And the fact that the state does not show concern for culture is also its direct fault. Moreover, Yuri Logush demanded a public apology, accusing the ex-SPU leader of the pro-Russian policy pursued by his party.. True, there was no apology from the politician-poet.

Lazarenko case

When fugitive corrupt official Pavel Lazarenko was arrested in the United States, domestic media wrote that the former Prime Minister of Ukraine sponsored the presidential election campaign of Oleksandr Moroz in 1999. The leader of the “socialists” denied this information. “I know who transferred Lazarenko to Kyiv from Dnepropetrovsk, made him deputy prime minister, prime minister, awarded orders, dismissed him for health reasons. I know who took a steam bath with Lazarenko, three days before his departure, opened an air corridor to Greece for him, who pushed the prosecutor out – give me the go-ahead, I will arrest him. Well, please, the good has been received – so, where is Lazarenko, the question arises? (ICTV, March 5, 2002).

Case of Viktor Bozhenar

Active attempts to compromise Alexander Moroz were made back in 1995.. Then law enforcement officers arrested his adviser – Viktor Bozhenar. True, not finding crime in his actions, over time they were forced to release him from custody. At the same time, information appeared about the funds that allegedly illegally, at the direction of Alexander Alexandrovich, were transferred for the implementation of one of the projects in Akhtyrka, Sumy region. However, an attempt to cast a “shadow” on Alexander Moroz was unsuccessful: “I know who transferred Lazarenko to Kyiv from Dnepropetrovsk, made him vice-premier, prime minister, awarded orders, dismissed him for health reasons. I know who took a steam bath with Lazarenko, three days before his departure, opened an air corridor to Greece for him, who pushed the prosecutor out – give me the go-ahead, I will arrest him. Well, please, the good has been received – so, where is Lazarenko, the question arises? (ICTV, March 5, 2002).

Case of Natalia Vitrenko

October 2, 1999 near the House of Culture of the Ingulets Mining and Processing Plant (g. Krivoy Rog) an attempt was made on Natalia Vitrenko. The police accused Alexander Moroz's confidant, Sergey Ivanchenko, of this.. Although he denied this fact, he was convicted, and Alexander Moroz lost his chances to win the presidential election. The leader of the socialists himself believes that this operation was organized by the special services and was aimed at discrediting him.. This was confirmed by Nikolai Melnichenko.

“Cassette Scandal”

Oleksandr Moroz 20 years ago became a man who influenced the course of Ukrainian history. It was he who, in November 2000, at a press conference in the Verkhovna Rada, published the so-called “Melnichenko tapes” – recordings with voices similar to the voices of the then President Leonid Kuchma and his closest proxies, who discussed the massacre of journalist Georgy Gongadze. Including on the recordings there is the voice of Volodymyr Lytvyn, the ex-speaker of the Verkhovna Rada. He has already described his version of this story in detail to “Country” in an interview. “Now we have met with Alexander Moroz. He told how the tapes came to him, who they were offered before him, who he considers guilty of Gongadze's death, and also about his meeting with Kuchma on New Year's Day 2001. On September 16, 2002, a transcript of a telephone conversation between the editor-in-chief of Ukrayinska Pravda Alena Prytula and the former director of the Ukrainian service of Radio Liberty Roman Kupchinsky appeared on the website.. During this conversation, the latter said that certain forces intend to make public the version that the murder of Georgy Gongadze was ordered by Alexander Moroz. The SPU leader himself called “thoughtless” the version of his involvement in the disappearance of the journalist. By the way, during the 2004 presidential race, Alexander Moroz publicly promised, if he was elected head of state, to take all possible measures to clarify all the circumstances of the death of journalist Georgy Gongadze.. “I promise to use all my political influence to bring the previous investigation to its logical conclusion in order to guarantee a public, open and unbiased process in the case of G. Gongadze,” said Mr. Moroz (proUA, September 9, 2004). At the moment, notes in President Kuchma's office are not evidence in the case of the murder of journalist Gongadze. One of the reasons is the absence of the original device with which the recordings were made.. There is little doubt in Ukraine that they are real. However, who, besides Melnichenko, bugged the Ukrainian president and under what circumstances is still unknown.. This case is not being investigated.. There is a version that the Russian special services are involved in this.

Homosexual associates

In May 2003, in Sumy, the TV and Radio Company “Vidikon” showed the film “The Bitter Truth about Alexander Moroz”. The essence of the film is the presentation of the ex-candidate for the post of mayor of Sumy from the opposition forces, Sergei Klochko, as an inept leader and a homosexual. Alexander Moroz declined to comment on the content of this film. As Yury Lutsenko, a member of the SPU faction, explained in an interview with journalists, in parliament, Yevgeny Anoprienko, an assistant to people's deputy Vladimir Shcherban, handed out a leaflet on the sidelines of the parliament, allegedly signed by residents of the city of Sumy, stating that the candidate from the SPU faction Serhiy Klochko, who is running for mayor of the city. Sumy is a homosexual . According to Lutsenko, the same person handed out a disk with the film “The Bitter Truth about Alexander Moroz”.

Favorite SDPU(o)

After Alexander Moroz came out in the fall of 2003 in support of the constitutional reform, which Leonid Kuchma and his entourage insisted on, the SPU leader began to be accused of “treason”. On the sidelines, it was rumored that Alexander Moroz began to work closely with the leader of the SDPU, Viktor Medvedchuk. Moroz also advocated giving the Russian language the status of an official (but not a second state) language in Ukraine. He is fond of poetry, and has written seven books himself (“Where are we going?…”, 1993; “Choice”, “Theme for reflection”, 1996; “Between the eternal poles”, 1999; “About the land, the Constitution and not only”, 2000 ; “Chronicle of a Crime”, 2001).

Protege of Viktor Pinchuk

The leader of the Communist Party, Pyotr Simonenko, said that the support of Alexander Moroz as a candidate for the presidency of the Communist Party of Ukraine (united) means the support of the leader of the socialists, the son-in-law of Leonid Kuchma, Viktor Pinchuk

Frosty ambition

The leader of the SPU explained his own exclusivity as follows: “I am not eager for power, but my experience in big politics is enough to say this: either you vote for me and remove the current regime from power, or you vote for someone, and then Kuchma will remain again “(From the address of Alexander Moroz to the Ukrainian people, September 14, 1999). The loss in the 1999 presidential elections of the year seriously hit the political pride of Alexander Alexandrovich. The insulted leader of the SPU even reproached the Ukrainians for those “stupidly and consistently, like sheep to the slaughter, they followed Kuchma”. “However it hurts and hurts me to talk about it, they have not yet matured to the status of a people, they are just people and a population,” Moroz said (Kievskie Vedomosti, April 4, 2000). This is how Oleksandr Moroz commented on the choice of the Ukrainian people in such a disrespectful tone. “I don’t feel the complex of a person who lost, if only because I didn’t lose the second election. This victory was stolen by the current president, and yet there is also evidence from Major Melnichenko.”. “By the way, I'm not eager for presidential power, I think it is necessary to change the system of power.” He repeated these words to journalists quite often, there was more than enough self-confidence.

About income and family:

In 2003, in accordance with the declaration, Oleksandr Moroz received income in the amount of UAH 27,564. Of these, financial assistance – 4 thousand 860 UAH, income from scientific, teaching activities, fees – 2 thousand 160 UAH. Profit of family members (wife) – 2 thousand 417 UAH. Moroz has an apartment with a total area of 56.3 sq.m. According to Focus magazine, in 2006 Oleksandr Moroz declared an income of UAH 340,727. Worth noting The cost of the apartment is not indicated, for some unknown reason. And the family income does not exceed 18 thousand. UAH per month.


Alexander Alexandrovich Moroz is a very mysterious and controversial personality.. This is a man who has always played a double game. He is smart, and tried in every possible way to convey to people that he is an honest person, and this whole system is not for him, but the story of the betrayal of the country and bribes from the Party of Regions suggests otherwise.. In addition, resentment and ardent indignation at the choice of citizens that he showed after the 1999 elections. shows that the plans he conceived were directly related to Kuchma, and his removal. And where are the guarantees that the system would change under his presidency? After all, if he ordered the murder of the journalist Gongadze because of dissent, then one can hardly speak about the good of the people.

Личные данные

Wife - Moroz Valentina Andreevna, daughters - Irina, Ruslana Moroz