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Ukrainians turn on Central Bankers as gold is vaporized

Peter Walden, News Editor
3 Dec 2014, 10:27 a.m.

Two weeks ago the head of Ukraine’s Central Bank confirmed on primetime TV that all of Ukraine’s Central bank holdings had gone.

Not surprisingly the Ukrainian people are angry and have started to demand answers from their so called politicians. News agency Interfax has reported a Kiev court has instructed prosecutors to bring legal action against Valeriya Gontareva, the governor of the National Bank of Ukraine. Gontareva has been accused of miss using her power to obtain personal profit.

The plaintiff Lawyer, Rostyslav Kravets claims, “Gontareva has intentionally committed an extremely unfavorable transaction for the gold and forex reserves of Ukraine, despite the fact that under Ukraine's Constitution it is the Central Bank that is in charge of maintaining the country's gold reserves."

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