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A Number of Ukrainian Officials Withdraw En masse, Here's Why

Several top officials of the Ukrainian government announced their simultaneous resignation on Tuesday, January 24. This coincided with the way President Volodymyr Zelensky changed personnel in all his administrations.

The manner of some senior officials is because the defense ministry is rocked by charges of food supply fraud, in the country's biggest corruption case since the start of Russian aggression.

Ukraine has a history of epidemic corruption, counting among the political elite, but efforts to eradicate corruption have been overshadowed by Moscow's great war that began in February.

Quoted from Reuters, the list of top Ukrainian government officials who resigned included a special adviser, four deputy ministers, and five regional heads (governors).

The list of top Ukrainian officials who resigned from their positions consisted of: Deputy Head of the Office of the President Kyrylo Tymoshenko, Deputy Grand Secretary Oleskiy Symonenko, Deputy Minister of Citizens and Regional Development Ivan Lukeryu.

There are also Deputy Minister of Citizen and Regional Development Vyacheslav Negoda, Deputy Minister of Social Regulation Vitaliy Muzychenk and Governors of Dnipropetrovsk, Zaporizhzhia, Kyiv, Sumy and Kherson.

The argument behind the country's widespread self-protest was the widespread anti-corruption movement issued by the country.

For information, recently the on-site authority found that there were claims regarding bribery cases, until reports regarding high-ranking officials buying food at rising prices, and one high-ranking official was charged with applying an exclusive lifestyle.

Senior government staffer Mykhailo Podolyak explained President Zelensky responded to the special demands of the public, namely to apply justice to all people.

In fact, Podolyak continued, the President has banned the country's top brass from leaving the country except for legitimate issues.

Meanwhile, the first high-ranking official to resign today was Vice Head of the President's Office Kyrylo Tymoshenko. Tymoshenko's job was to monitor regional regulations and initially worked on Zelensky's selection campaign.

After Russia issued aggression against Ukraine in February 2022, Tymoshenko was often the jubir of the government.

However, he had participated in a case for the use of expensive cars, although this was denied by him.

In a telegram post, Tymoshenko thanked Zelensky for the opportunity to take good action every day and every minute.

In addition to Tymoshenko, Deputy Defense Minister Vyacheslav Shapovalov also resigned. He said he was following reports that he was monitoring the purchase of military food stocks at raised prices from a relatively unrecognized company.

The Defense Department cited the report as a technical fallacy and claimed no money had changed hands.

The report also briefly led to Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov being checked by the authorities.

Some Western countries, as Kyiv allies that have distributed billions of dollars for financial and military support, have been driving anti-corruption reforms throughout the year. Sometimes as a requirement for contribution.

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