As Maciej Dutkiewicz, the representative of Warsaw Trams, notifies us, the Central Anti-Corruption Bureau has actually begun its activities in the matter of the business. It has to do with purchasing Hyundai cable cars.
Today it emerged that the Central Anti-Corruption Bureau (CBA) began its activities with the Tramwaje Warszawskie business, which notified Gazeta Wyborcza in Warsaw. The news was validated by Maciej Dutkiewicz, journalism representative of Tramwaje Warszawskie.
— On June 29, 2022, the Central Anti-Corruption Bureau began operations in Warsaw Trams relating to the purchase of cable car shares. The business offers CBA with all asked for files. In 2019, the Central Anti-Corruption Office performed analysis and details activities on tender files for the purchase of brand-new cable cars. At that time, we were not notified about any objections to the tender treatment made– Maciej Dutkiewicz informed us.
We likewise resolved our concerns about this matter to the Central Anti-Corruption Institute, however up until now we have actually not gotten any reaction from them.