“BPP” has promised that strongly criticized the draft law on anti-corruption court will be changed

The presidential bill on the corruption court, criticized by the IMF, the world Bank and the European Union, will be changed. According to optimistic forecasts, the court will be able to earn up to six months after the adoption of the law.

About this on his page in Facebook wrote MP from the faction “block of Petro Poroshenko” Irina Lutsenko.

Videopresenter EU explained the position concerning the draft law on anti-corruption court of Ukraine

In written comments to the publication “European truth”, he said that the main provisions of the President document, contrary to the recommendations of the Venice Commission. Their Ukraine was provided in October of last year. The establishment of the Anticorruption court, the relevant commitments of the Kiev, it is necessary to fulfill the terms of bizwise.

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According to her, the next session of the Verkhovna Rada will begin with the bill was included in the agenda. Then begin “serious work of deputies”.

“First, submitted by the President the bill must pass the relevant Committee, where the experts will ask the first tone. Then the first reading where we hear the comments and see the positions of the factions,” – said Lutsenko.

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The Deputy noted that the adoption of the law took account of the recommendations of the Venice Commission and the IMF.

“We seek consensus and, of course, the bill will be to some extent modified. But the law on the corruption court will be accepted. When you can earn the court itself? On the basis of optimistic forecasts – somewhere up to six months, subject to all procedures”, – said Irina Lutsenko.

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