NABU desire of MPs to establish control over the Bureau called the path to destruction
The National anti-corruption Bureau responded to the statement of the representatives of factions of the PPO and “popular front” about the need to “establish parliamentary control” over the activities of the NEB.
As a mechanism of control, the parliamentarians asked to approve a bill to simplify the procedure of dismissal of the Director of NABU through the expression of his distrust by a simple majority of votes in Parliament and a similar action against the head of the SAP. Also, the bill could significantly expand the powers of the Commission for external control of NEB by providing its members with access to the state secret and the right to inspect not only completed and handed over to the court case, but the current investigation.
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“We stress that in the case of the adoption of this bill will be dealt a devastating blow to the independence of the newly formed anti-corruption body and the achievements in the fight against corruption, which they managed to achieve, despite the systemic resistance of the ruling elites. Unfortunately, there is a high probability that the bill may be adopted in the near future”, – said the press service of the Bureau.
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In the anti-corruption authority is convinced that such steps are part of a plan whose main objective is “the destruction of NABOO and the ARS, the blocking of investigations against top officials and the release of top corrupt officials from liability”.
In the NEB noted that MPs needs to focus efforts on the establishment of an independent anti-corruption court and granting the Bureau the right to Autonomous listening.
We will remind, deputies of the “bloc of Petro Poroshenko” Arthur Gerasimov and Deputy “popular front” Maxim Burbak have registered in the Verkhovna Rada a bill, according to which the heads of anti-corruption bodies could avalide without an external audit.
Also on this day, December 6, the MP from the faction “Samopomich” Yegor Sobolev, has been recommended for dismissal from the post of Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on preventing and combating corruption. For this decision voted 12 deputies from the faction “Block of Petro Poroshenko”, “Revival”, “Opposition bloc”. Two abstained. Sobolev’s work was unsatisfactory. Further the decision will be submitted for consideration of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.
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