Poroshenko ready to submit a draft law on anti-corruption court in two weeks
The President’s representative in the Verkhovna Rada Iryna Lutsenko said that in the case of not posing the parliamentary working group on elaboration of principles of the draft law on the Anticorruption court within two weeks, the President will present his version of the document.
He said this during the conciliatory Council, reports UNIAN.
The IMF has calculated how much percent economic growth in Ukraine “eats” corruption
“The President of Ukraine calls on all the interested committees and factions to create a working group on elaboration of the main points and principles of the law on the anti-corruption court,” she said.
Lutsenko noted that it was a requirement of the protesters outside the Parliament, and it was part of judicial reform. She also added that without such a working group it will be impossible to reach consensus in a sessional hall of Parliament after this bill will be voted into the hall.
“If within two weeks there will be a working group and will not be made the main positions that the President is ready in two weeks to present to Parliament his version of the anti-corruption court and the draft,” – said Lutsenko.
Videoprefilters quarter crowded with protesters who demand political reforms
18 Oct, 17:03
We will remind, Poroshenko called for an immediate establishment of anti-corruption judicial authority. In turn, the EU advocated the creation in Ukraine of an anti-corruption chamber of the court is separate.
According to the Director of NABU Artem Sytnik, special anti-corruption court to appear in Ukraine in 2017. For this February 1, the Verkhovna Rada has registered a bill to create an anti-corruption court. The draft law proposes to create Higher anti-corruption court of 70 judges who will be the accused all the things NABU and SAP.
- the Verkhovna Rada
- the bill
- anti-corruption court
Saw a bug — Ctrl+Enter
Letter to the editor
Leave your comment
Leave your comment