“Judges invalidating election results in whole districts, candidates and officials, who use “Berkut” (note: special police forces), election commission heads bribed to rig results instead of counting actual votes; all these people will go on the violator list – a list of people eligible not only for domestic government lustration, but also international sanctions,” stressed Nalyvaychenko.
“We will cooperate with the U.S. Senate, FBI, FATF and respective European structures. It is very important for us to see target sanctions imposed on the violators – both visa and financial. We would like to see their international bank accounts frozen, even those officially controlled by their relatives, drivers or retired “front men”. Stolen money should return to Ukraine,” said the “UDAR” representative.
Additionally, Nalyvaychenko noted that the current Verkhovna Rada would be unable to effectively investigate electoral violations. “Current deputies with decades of Parliament experience are afraid to even talk about an investigation committee. We are not afraid. We will investigate violations in the new Parliament, create a list of violators and seek the application of domestic and international sanctions on these people,” said Nalyvaychenko.