Venislavsky Fedor Vladimirovich - full dossier, compromising evidence

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Representative of the President in the Constitutional Court. ...

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Venislavsky Fedor Vladimirovich

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Fedor Venislavsky is trying to hide the corruption of his brother, and his own too. But references to past cases still remained. In addition, the indisputable facts that Venislavsky openly lobbies for the interests of his brother are overwhelming the network. And earned millions also speak volumes. In addition, this man has the audacity to ask for compensation for housing with his millions!

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ГРАЖДАНСТВО:
Ukraine
СТРАНА:
Ukraine
ДАТА РОЖДЕНИЯ:
May 16, 1969
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Fedor Vladimirovich Venislavsky

Official biography

Representative of the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky in the Constitutional Court of Ukraine (since June 3, 2019). PhD in Law, Associate Professor. Specialist in the field of state and human rights.

Place of Birth. Education

Born on May 16, 1969 in the village of Olyka, Kivertsy district, Volyn region. From 1987 to 1989 he served in the Soviet army, retired with the rank of sergeant. In 1989. entered the Kharkiv Law Institute, in 1994 he graduated with honors from the Ukrainian State Law Academy and entered the graduate school of the Ukrainian State Law Academy at the Department of Constitutional Law of Ukraine. Career. In 1986, he began his career in the village of Olyka as a worker of the construction team of the collective farm. In 1997, he completed his postgraduate studies and was sent to work as an assistant at the Department of Constitutional Law of Ukraine at the National Law Academy of Ukraine named after Yaroslav the Wise. In 2000 he defended his dissertation for the degree of candidate of legal sciences. In 2003 he was appointed to the post of associate professor of the Department of Constitutional Law of Ukraine. Participated in the drafting of bills. Prepared conclusions on cases that were in the production of the CCU. Lecturer at the Department of Constitutional Law of Ukraine at the National Law University named after Yaroslav the Wise. He headed the Kharkiv Public Lustration Chamber. He is the author and co-author of more than 100 scientific, scientific, methodological, scientific and journalistic works on the problems of organization and functioning of public authorities in Ukraine, ensuring the rights and freedoms of man and citizen.

Political career.

Repeatedly ran for the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. In 2002, for the first time, as a self-nominated candidate, he ran for the Verkhovna Rada of the IV convocation in the 23rd constituency in the Volyn region. It was not possible to become a people's deputy. In 2006, he represented the party Vperyod, Ukraine!, took 34th place in the list of candidates. He went to the Verkhovna Rada of the VII and VIII convocations as an independent candidate, and also unsuccessfully. In 2012, Venislavsky ran for deputies in the 181st constituency in the Kharkiv region. Then he scored 11.12%, finishing third. In the 2019 parliamentary elections, a candidate for people's deputies from the Servant of the People party, No. 88 on the list. On July 21, 2019, he was elected a People's Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. Member of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Committee on National Security, Defense and Intelligence. Since June 3, 2019 – Representative of the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky in the Constitutional Court of Ukraine. A family. Married, has two sons.

NOT official biography

Fedor Vladimirovich can be found in the Russian social network VKontakte, banned in Ukraine. It is also worth remembering that, as a candidate for people's deputies from the Servant of the People political party, Fyodor Venislavsky promised in his election program to demonopolize key industries. The program was registered on the CEC website on June 19, 2019. As a result of Venislavsky's work, his promise, unfortunately, has not yet been fulfilled.

Links with Artyom Pshonka

According to the sources of the Antikor portal in the GPU, Venislavsky, who was previously the deputy prosecutor of the Volyn region, was personally appointed to this position in those years by Artyom Pshonka, the son of the former Prosecutor General, to collect money in corruption schemes.

Zelensky's representative in the “COP” Venislavsky lobbies his brother against the prosecutor of the Odessa region

The representative of the President in the Constitutional Court and part-time MP from the “Servant of the People” Fyodor Venislavsky draws Volodymyr Zelensky with his actions not only into a constitutional scandal, but also into a corruption one. As it turned out, Fyodor Venislavsky, through his longtime girlfriend Irina Venediktova, who is now the Prosecutor General of Ukraine, is lobbying his younger brother Vadim for the position of prosecutor of the Odessa region. In this regard, a big scandal is already brewing in Odessa.. Firstly, Vadim Venislavsky was lustred: under Yanukovych, he held senior positions in the prosecutor's office of the Volyn region, but by some miracle, after his brother Fedor became a people's deputy from the Servant of the People, after 5 whole years, in 2019, Kyiv the district court canceled the lustration against Vadim and decided to reinstate the latter in his position and pay wages in full. Despite the fact that the Prosecutor General's Office continues to file appeals against the court's decision and is actually suing Venislavsky, Irina Venediktova reinstated him at work! And not just reinstated, but first she took him to work for a high post in the GPU, and a month later she sent him to “steer” the Odessa Regional Prosecutor's Office, first as first deputy, and now with the prefix I.O. In connection with this scandalous violation of the law, immediately after the arrival of Vadim Venislavsky in Odessa for “work”, protests began in the city.

Zelensky's representative in the Constitutional Court came into conflict with Prosecutor General Venediktova because of his brother

Presidential representative to the Constitutional Court Fyodor Venislavsky clashed with Prosecutor General Irina Venediktova. This year, he showed an active interest in the personnel policy of the department, although this does not concern his profile topic.. He even sent a number of parliamentary appeals to the Office of the Prosecutor General. Venediktova, in turn, states that a conflict of interest is seen in Venislavsky's actions – since his brother works in the Odessa Regional Prosecutor's Office. This is reported by the Judicial-Legal Newspaper. Venislavsky sent both appeals to the Office of Venediktova in the summer. In one of them – dated July 15 – he asked why, despite the large-scale attestation of prosecutors in 2019-2021, people who did not pass it still work in prosecutor's offices.. In addition, Zelensky’s representative in the Constitutional Court pointed out that last year many heads of the prosecutor’s offices were reappointed to their own positions, while others were transferred or no decisions were made on them. Therefore, Venislavsky asked Venediktova to answer questions about the grounds for the selection of new heads of regional prosecutor's offices, their certification. He was also interested in how many certified prosecutors have not yet been appointed and whether they receive a salary. In Venislavsky’s second appeal, there is a question about how many prosecutors who did not pass certification received positions in 2020-2021, and also how many of them were not acting prosecutors at the time of appointment. In response to the requests, Venediktova sent a letter to Rada Speaker Dmitry Razumkov. In it, she indicated that this year the Office of the Prosecutor General received nine different requests from Venislavsky. At the same time, according to the Prosecutor General, they began to arrive after on January 29 at a meeting she discussed the mistakes of the Odessa Regional Prosecutor's Office. Meanwhile, the duties of its leader were carried out by the brother of Fyodor Venislavsky – Vadim. Now he is the first deputy head of the regional prosecutor's office. Sergey Kostenko was appointed the new head of the department in February. He did not pass certification, because he left the bodies even before the start of the reform. As for Vadim Venislavsky, in 2014 he fell under lustration, but two years ago he was restored in court. According to Venediktova, now a specialized commission is considering a complaint about the improper performance of his official duties. Therefore, the Prosecutor General believes that a conflict of interest and signs of violation of the anti-corruption law are seen in the actions of Zelensky's representative in the Constitutional Court.

The activists demanded that Irina Venediktova immediately dismiss Venislavsky.

Political scientist Vladimir Volya reported that his fellow countryman and senior comrade Igor Palitsa was involved in the appointment of Venislavsky. Also, an interesting fact is that Vadim Venislavsky was a co-owner of the Spetskommuntech company. According to the Unified Register of Court Decisions, the Spetskommuntech company appears in criminal proceedings, which since December last year have been handled by the Lviv Territorial Department of the State Bureau of Investigation. Journalists wrote that according to this investigation, only one court decision was found, but by clicking on the specified link, we are informed that this document has been deleted. Someone is clearly cleaning up all the compromising evidence from the network.

Tupitsky demands that NABU open a criminal case on the fact of non-payment of his salary

Judges of the Constitutional Court Oleksandr Tupitsky and Oleksandr Kasminin, dismissed by Volodymyr Zelensky in March, filed a criminal complaint with the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine. They accuse the judge of the Constitutional Court Sergey Golovaty, the presidential representative in the Constitutional Court Fyodor Venislavsky and the investigator of the State Bureau of Investigation Artyom Yablonsky of unlawful interference in their work. A statement to the NABU says that on April 30, Golovaty issued an unlawful order to ban the payment of salaries to Tupitsky and Kasminin, as well as suspend the right to use their official vehicles.. Moreover, he did this under pressure from Venislavsky and Yablonsky, who, with their requests, forced him to give such an order. Thus, Golovaty exceeded his powers, and Venislavsky and Yablonsky carried out unlawful interference in the official activities of judges of the Constitutional Court. The judges are asking to open criminal proceedings on this matter. Tupitsky and Kasminin's lawyer, Rostislav Kravets, told Strana that the application had been filed with the NABU, as the Bureau was investigating cases under article 364 of the Criminal Code “Abuse of power or official authority.”

Judge of the Constitutional Court Slidenko: I have been disgraced, my reputation has been destroyed. Forever and ever

Judge of the Constitutional Court Igor Slidenko, who was a rapporteur on the case on the constitutionality of a number of provisions of anti-corruption legislation, said that in August he received a letter from the National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption about violations related to the declaration, and submitted his explanations in writing. However, they did not suit the NAPC. Judge of the Constitutional Court Igor Slidenko said during a briefing today that the National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption humiliated him by drawing up an administrative protocol related to the declaration. According to the judge, 20 hours after sending the e-mail, he received a call and was told that his explanation was unsatisfactory. “The task was different – the task was to write me a protocol. And then Mr. [President's representative in the Constitutional Court of Ukraine Fyodor] Venislavsky would flaunt this protocol in front of the whole state. I've been disgraced. My reputation is destroyed. Forever and ever. In this state. Therefore, it is unlikely that I will stay here anymore,” Slidenko stressed.

The media learned about the dissatisfaction of the people's deputies from the Servant of the People with the fact that the author of the idea of adopting a bill on oligarchs under a special procedure did not vote for it.

People's deputies from the Servant of the People faction expressed indignation in a private chat that the author of the idea of adopting a bill on oligarchs under a special procedure, People's Deputy Fyodor Venislavsky, did not vote for it on September 23. This was reported to LB.ua by a source in the faction. Journalists noted that they have screenshots of the correspondence, but did not publish them. “For the proposed by Fedor V. special procedure well knowing Fedor V. Fedor V. did not vote. It's dumb,” wrote one of the people's deputies.

People's deputies paid 3 million hryvnia compensation for housing rent

In March of this year, 151 people's deputies were paid a total of UAH 2.93 million in compensation for housing. The largest amount of compensation for housing for 38.3 thousand. members of the Servant of the People faction Dmitry Solomchuk, Fyodor Venislavsky, Maxim Tkachenko, Serhiy Koleboshin, Volodymyr Gevko, member of the Holos faction Natalia Pipa and member of the Doverie parliamentary group Robert Gorvat received hryvnias. In December 2020, 160 people's deputies were paid more than 7 million hryvnias in compensation for housing. In November 2020, 141 people's deputies were paid a total of more than UAH 3 million in compensation for housing. I would like to remind you that Fedor Venislavsky is a millionaire. Why does a millionaire need compensation for housing, this is the mystery of the century.

Economy of constitutional text

In 2019, a video appeared on Twitter where Fyodor Venislavsky talks about the fact that the elections are held on established constitutional grounds (which need to be removed from the constitution), and a quote: “Ale, I want to call on all speculations, on which food, to which the language is going to be exclusive about economy of the constitutional text”. This video caused a great resonance among Twitter users, and judging by their comments, they reacted negatively to Venislavsky's statements.

Assets and Declaration of Assets

Despite high assets (UAH 6.8 million), Venislavsky is among the deputies who rent housing for budget funds. The area of the rented apartment in Kyiv is fifty-five square meters. The question involuntarily arises: why did the millionaire deputy need to receive compensation for rent? In 2019, Fedor Vladimirovich published data on his movable and immovable property. The parliamentarian has an apartment in Kharkov with a total area of 141.8 sq.m.. In addition, he owns 33.34% of an apartment in Kharkov with a total area of 59.7 square meters. The people's deputy declared a Mercedes G500 car of 2001 of release. Also, Venislavsky owns 70 securities of PJSC “Teplovozoremontny Zavod” in the amount of 70 pieces.

Conclusions:

Fyodor Venislavsky is trying to hide the corruption of his brother, and his own too. But references to past cases still remain. In addition, indisputable facts that Venislavsky openly lobbies for the interests of his brother overwhelm the network. And earned millions also speak volumes.

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