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>> Wads of cash, a stuffed boar and luxury cars. A pop up collection park is opened in Ukraine showcasing some of the country's ill gotten and games. The international monetary fund says an estimated 2% of Ukraine's economic growth is lost to corruption every year. This EU funded park, costing 162,000 US dollars is trying to bring the fight home.
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>> We wanted to reach all Ukranians who do not read investigations, anti-corruption reports. So, we were thinking of how to attract a younger audience. How to appeal to the younger audience? And how to be able to communicate with the younger audience?>> The interactive park explains the different schemes and place to cracked down on corruption.
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It also houses this $300,000 BMW seized from a corrupt official. And a tent shaped like a gold loaf of bread found in former President Yanukovych's house before he fled in 2014.>>
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>> Earlier in June, Ukraine's parliament voted to establish a court's solely dedicated to prosecuting graft cases.
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But activists say there's a long way to go before stamping out corruption permanently.