Deputy prosecutor of the Lviv region, son of the ex-Deputy Prosecutor General Makhnitsky – Nikolai Golomsha.
In March 2007, when he was first appointed to the position of senior assistant, and then deputy prosecutor of the Lychakivsky district of Lviv.
In 2008 – Deputy Prosecutor of the Solomensky district of Kyiv
In 2010, Andriy Nikolayevich returned to Lviv to the regional prosecutor’s office.
In 2017 – Deputy Prosecutor of the Lviv region.
Father – ex-Deputy Prosecutor General Makhnitsky – Nikolai Golomsha. Andrei is married.
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Ukrainian prosecutorial nepotism
Instead of real professionals who can really perform their duties with dignity, those who fulfill the will of their employers are appointed to public positions, often even contrary to the letter of the law.
This phenomenon is especially common in law enforcement agencies, in particular, in the Ukrainian prosecutor’s office, where they often work with entire families.
Meet Andrei Nikolaevich Golomsha, Deputy Prosecutor of the Lviv Region, son of the ex-Deputy Prosecutor General Makhnitsky, Nikolai Golomsha.
Andriy Golomsha began his prosecutorial career in March 2007, when he was first appointed to the position of senior assistant and then deputy prosecutor of the Lychakivsky district of Lviv. However, a year later Andrei Nikolaevich changed the Lvov prosecutor’s office to the Kyiv one and took the position of deputy prosecutor of the Solomensky district of Kyiv. In 2010, Andrey Nikolayevich returned to Lviv and worked in various positions in the regional prosecutor’s office and the prosecutor’s office of the city of Lviv. Today Andriy Golomsha works as a Deputy Prosecutor of the Lviv region, where he was appointed in April 2017.
His sister, Maryana, also made a career in the prosecutor’s office. Andrey’s uncle, Yaroslav Golomsha, was the head of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the Kyiv region. Nikolai Yaroslavovich took care of his loved ones and arranged them for “bread” positions.
DECLARATION OF ANDRIY GOLOSHA
We also analyzed Andrey Golomsha’s declarations for 2015 and 2016. The prosecutor’s income during this time amounted to 484 thousand UAH. , and his wife’s income is 195 thousand UAH.
The prosecutor’s family lives in a house in the village. Salt shaker, which is in the vicinity of Lviv.
The owner of this estate of 264 m² is the prosecutor’s father-in-law, Roman Vladimirovich Martinyshyn. Therefore, the prosecutor, together with his wife and daughter, since 2013 have only the right to use it.
Since 2012 Andrey Nikolayevich has the right to use a service apartment in Lviv.
However, why does he need this apartment after 2013, when he received the right to use an elite house near Lviv? After all, service apartments are given to those who really need housing.
Among the savings, the prosecutor from the Lviv region has 43 thousand hryvnias. on a bank account and 50 thousand UAH. in cash. Another 80 thousand UAH. in cash from his wife and a little over 5,000 hryvnias in the bank.
The declaration also states that the father of the prosecutor, the first ex-deputy Prosecutor General Makhnitsky, Mykola Yaroslavovich Golomsha has UAH 5.2 million in bank accounts. Where such money comes from a person who has worked in the prosecutor’s office all his life is unknown.
As you can see, Andrei Nikolaevich Golomsha also chose a career in the Ukrainian prosecutor’s office, like most members of his family. Whether his influential father helped Andrei Golomsha get a job in the Lviv prosecutor’s office, we can only guess. However, the above facts once again confirm the thesis about the prevalence of nepotism in Ukrainian law enforcement agencies.
And we will continue to closely monitor the professional activities of Andrei Nikolaevich Golomsha and his other no less influential relatives for objectivity and impartiality in the performance of their official duties.
“The SBU destroyed the OSCE identity fraud scheme: hundreds of illegal immigrants tried to use “diplomatic” types to cross borders
The SBU is taking systematic measures to counter illegal migration that threatens the state security of Ukraine. During a special operation, a transnational criminal group was neutralized in Kyiv. The attackers forged the identity of representatives of the diplomatic monitoring mission of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).
False documents were sold to their clients. Among them are people from countries with a heightened terrorist threat, including from the Middle East. Foreigners used “certificates” to avoid border and customs procedures under the guise of members of the diplomatic mission.
According to preliminary data, hundreds of illegal immigrants applied for the “services” of the attackers. Due to the receipt of “diplomatic” immunity, they planned to illegally cross the state borders of different countries.
It was established that the group included several residents of the capital. To disguise their illegal activities, they registered two public organizations and created a “departmental” website with names similar to the official designations of a diplomatic mission.
Ready forgery, the attackers sold for 1.5 thousand euros for one “certificate”.
With such a certificate, a criminal was detained in the Dnipropetrovsk region in 2017, this was mentioned in the news:
Law enforcement officers detained in Kyiv one of the organizers of the group while handing over a fake ID to a foreigner.
During searches at the addresses of the dealers, as well as in the places of production and storage of forged documents, the following was found:
computer equipment, communications and draft records with evidence of illegal activities;
fake IDs and seals of “public organizations”.
Based on the materials of the SBU, the issue of informing the attackers about the suspicion of committing crimes and choosing preventive measures by the court is being resolved.
As part of criminal proceedings under Art. 190 (fraud) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine, a pre-trial investigation is ongoing to establish all the circumstances of illegal activities.
The website of the fake OSCE has a lot of interesting information. In the “public diplomat” section of the site, where the “OSCE” has published the names of more than 200 of its public diplomats, we will find the Golomsh clan almost in full force.
Andriy Golomsha, thanks to his father, the prosecutor, got to a “bread” position, which once again proves to us that nepotism in Ukraine is a natural phenomenon. In addition, the “clan” Golomsh is involved in the organized criminal group “OSCE”, which, for 1.5 thousand euros, creates fake OSCE documents, thereby undermining national security.