Parubiy predicted, when the Parliament will adopt a law on anti-corruption court
Theoretically, the Parliament may initiate the vote for a bill to create an anti-corruption court in Ukraine already this week (16-19 January), but this is unlikely.
This was stated by the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Andriy Parubiy, writes “Ukrainian truth”.
“I will initiate that he quickly appeared on the Verkhovna Rada”, – he stressed.
According to the speaker, on Tuesday, January 16, starts the procedure for the consideration of several bills on the establishment of an anti-corruption court in Ukraine, the relevant Committee, which, according to Parubiya, will make it “very quickly and efficiently.”
“Tomorrow will be a proposal to include them (bills – approx.ed.) in the agenda of the session, which allows the Committee to consider them. And to be considered in the session hall, we can only after appropriate consideration by the Committee. In addition to the President’s bill, in the Parliament there are still 4 similar legislative initiatives. That is 7441, -2, -3, -4”, – he said.
We will remind that on 22 December the President submitted to Parliament the draft law on Higher anti-corruption court. The President also has registered in the Verkhovna Rada a draft law on introducing amendments to the law “On judicial system and status of judges” in connection with the adoption of the law “On Higher anti-corruption court.” Both bills defined as urgent.
The creation of an anti-corruption court is one of the conditions for continued cooperation with Ukraine’s key creditor – the International monetary Fund.
In turn, the IMF system there are nine comments to the draft law on the anti-corruption court by President Petro Poroshenko. The IMF said that the paragraphs of the document are contrary to the commitments assumed by Ukraine to the international partners.
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