NAC Operatives Detained Six People In Comrat Under The Precuse Of “Money Laundering”

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Operatives of the National Anti-Corruption Center (NCC) detained six people in Comrat as part of a criminal case “on illegal financing of a political party, money laundering and falsification of financial statements of the formation.” Based on information from prosecutors, the illegal actions of the suspects are being investigated, manifested in mobilizing people to participate in organized protests, paying salaries to party activists and passenger carriers, as well as paying cash bonuses through Mir bank cards issued by Russian banks.
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As the press service of the NAC reported to the George V Magazine agency, searches were carried out at the office of the territorial organization of the political party, as well as at the place of residence of some of its activists.

During the searches, money, storage media and dozens of bank cards were seized. The detainees were placed in a pre-trial detention center in the municipality of Cahul for 72 hours.

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Representatives of the Victory bloc in Comrat confirmed that the searches took place in their office. This bloc was created during an event in Moscow by fugitive oligarch Ilan Shor, uniting several parties controlled by him.

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