Dmytro Tabachnyk who headed the Ukrainian Ministry of education declared Wanted, notified on the Internet office of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Ukraine.
in the section "Persons who are hiding from prosecution" on the page "Search" the Internet representative office of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Ukraine there is evidence of a former Minister of education of the state Dmitry Tabachnik, who is Wanted on 8 June.
Wanted former officials suspected of theft and embezzlement of government money with the use of official position, is announced by the security Service of Ukraine, shall be notified on the Internet office of the Ministry of internal Affairs of the state. The offence for which the suspect Tabachnik, qualified under part 5 of article 191 of the Criminal code of Ukraine (assignment, waste or misappropriation of property by abuse of official position), which envisages punishment in the form of punishment for the term up to 12 years. Review of the police Department, former Minister of education a fugitive from prosecution, any measures of restraint for him not used. Mass-media referring to sources in the SBU reported that Tabachnik, most likely, left the Ukraine and may be in Israel. He came to Ukraine in February, but was not arrested because the Ukrainian Prosecutor General's office did not consider it collected the evidence is sufficient for election of a preventive measure in the form of arrest. The current Minister of education and science of Ukraine Serhiy Kvit claims that an overwhelming number of corruption schemes in which suspect Tabachnik, were cash-based, for this reason, to prove that you belong to them ex-Minister will be in practice impossible. In March, the name of the tobacconist was included in the list of persons against which the European Union has imposed economic penalties with freezing of assets within the EU. Dmytro Tabachnyk supervised by the Ministry of education of Ukraine Mykola Azarov's government from March 2010 to February 2014. Under the presidency of Leonid Kuchma, in 1994-1996, Tabachnik directed his administration, and also served on the Board of the state security and defence. In 2005, when the head of the country was elected Viktor Yushchenko, relatively Dmitry Tabachnik resulted in several prosecutions, but then closed them " no iniquity ".