Prosecutor Office And Police Discover Ten Workers Of Rivne Nuclear Power Plant Have False Diplomas
Iryna Ugrynchuk, Ukrainian News Agency October 7, 2002  

Workers of the Prosecutor Office and Police of the Rivne region discovered that more than ten workers of Rivne nuclear power plant had false university diplomas.

Vasily Kundyk, Deputy head of the Department of surveillance over legality, detective activity, inquiry and pre-court investigation in Rivne region Prosecutor office disclosed this to Ukrainian News.

According to Kundyk, the results of the joint inspection held by the Prosecutor Office of the region and the Department of fight with organized crime of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Administration in the Rivne region show that more than ten workers of the Rivne NPP occupying the posts from the head of shift to the senior operator of the machine room have no university education.

According to Kundyk, more than ten workers of the Rivne NPP from 1999 to 2001 bought diplomas of Odessa National polytechnics university with major in Nuclear power and thermoelectric power stations for USD 500-600.

"Fake diplomas got into their personal files because department of staff workers on Rivne NPP didn't fulfill their duties well enough", said Kundyk.

Following results of the inspection by the Prosecutor of the Rivne region Nikolai Golomsha, criminal proceedings were started on the case of deliberate use of false documents and criminal negligence.

The Prosecutor Office does not disclose the penalty for workers of the Rivne NPP accused of forgery of office documents.



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