The head of Ukravtodor cause to the Sejm of Poland in the case of the financial pyramid

The current head of Ukravtodor Slawomir Novak will appear on may 23 at a meeting of the temporary investigation Commission of the Seimas in establishing and functioning in Gdansk financial pyramid Amber Gold. He said this in comments to radio RMF.FM, reports “UKRINFORM”.

“I intend to appear at the meeting. In accordance with the law will tell you anything you want to know the Commission”, – said Novak.

He said he would try to do everything possible to appear within the specified period, although for him it is inconvenient. Head of Ukravtodor said that the deadline for the hearing before the Commission is in the middle of the week, but because he will be forced to take time off from work for a few days.

“I don’t want to postpone the hearing for another time, although legally possible,” stated Novak.

Former Minister of Poland said that the call for the meeting of TSC in the case of Amber Gold “political”, given the intention of the deputies, but he did not will “to do politics”.

A few days ago, the Chairman of the FAC, the Deputy of the ruling party “law and Justice” (PiS) Malgorzata Wassermann, said that Novak has not confirmed, would come to the hearing on 23 may, and tried directly during the meeting to call him on the phone. Novak then did not pick up, but later wrote back Wassermann on Twitter, noting that it was necessary to send him a text message that he’d told her.

Amber Gold financial pyramid, which functioned in Poland in 2009-2012. The company was engaged in financial operations, without the permission of the Commission for financial supervision of the country. The company is thus fooled 11 thousand depositors. In 2012, the company owner and his wife were arrested. The representatives of the current authorities believe that the existence of the pyramid for the past three years would not have been possible without the support of the previous ruling coalition, including former Prime Minister Donald Tusk and his party colleagues, among whom was Novak.

Novak is a former political ally of Tusk’s “Civil platform”, which was in power in Poland from 2007 to 2015. During 2011-2013, he was Minister of transport, construction and Maritime economy of Poland. In 2016, the head of Ukravtodor.