RIGA - The Corruption Prevention Bureau (KNAB) is very likely to terminate its so-called oligarch case by the end of the year, KNAB chief Jaroslavs Strelcenoks told the press on Wednesday.
Evidence in the case is inadequate, explained Strelcenoks, pointing out that the criminal process was started by then-senior KNAB officials Lienite Sikore and Juta Strike.
The oligarch case, which was opened in May 2011, deals with bribery, money laundering, abuse of power, and other crimes.
There were initially eleven individuals involved in the ca...
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