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Corruption Prevention Bureau establishes no conflict of interest in Riga port's chairman actions

Alla Petrova, BC, Riga, 06.07.2012.Print version
Yesterday, the Riga Freeport Authority received a statement from the Corruption Prevention Bureau, informing that the bureau has concluded investigation regarding a potential conflict of interest in the actions of the Riga port's chairman Leonids Loginovs and has not established any violations on his part, according to information obtained by LETA.

Leonids Loginovs.

However, the bureau points out that, according to the Law on Prevention of Conflict of Interest in Activities of Public Officials, public officials must act according to their sector's codes of ethics and conduct, and decline those duties that may put their objectivity and neutrality in doubt.


As reported, this past March, the Corruption Prevention Bureau received a request from the Riga Freeport Authority to look into a potential conflict of interest, since Loginovs, as the head of the Riga Freeport Authority, signed a land lease contract with Baltic Infrastructure Development, indirectly belonging to him.

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