Former Ukraine’s President rounded up top three world corruptors, reported online nongovernmental organization Transparency International Ukraine Wednesday, Dec 23.
- First place was taken by the Brazilian state company Petrobras - 8447 votes, Senator of the Dominican Republic Felix Bautista followed it with 5372 votes. 5172 votes were given by citizens for Yanukovich, reported a statement.
According to the Transparency International Ukraine, during 15 days of voting, on December 19-23, more than 5,000 people voted for the corruption case of former Ukraine’s President Viktor Yanukovych to be investigated by the world best detectives who will go into cases that take the first two places in the list.
Voting will continue online until February, 10 on www.unmaskthecorrupt.org. December, 8 the "legitimate" former President said he would return to politics.
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