In Ukraine opened case on violation of the sale of tickets to Eurovision
The Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine (AMCU) has opened a case on violation of Antimonopoly legislation during sale of tickets for the final of the song contest “Eurovision-2017”.
The application filed by senior partner of law firm “Kravets and Partners” Rostislav Kravets, wrote in his Facebook.
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He expressed the hope that it will bring to the end, because the other operators of the market of tickets began to abuse with impunity.
“That impunity generates permissiveness and complete disregard for the law, which is demonstrated everywhere in Ukraine,” — wrote Kravets.
According to him, during the sale of tickets on “Eurovision” with a nominal ticket price is charged additional funds (service charges, additional services), in violation of antitrust laws.
International contest “Eurovision-2017” took place in Kiev from 9 to 13 may, with the participation of 42 countries.
Tickets for the finals went on sale on 10 April, was released 70 thousand tickets. As reported TASS the representative of the service Concert.ua cheapest tickets for the final cost 1999 UAH (€70), and the most expensive €500 to the VIP area.