Poroshenko expects from the Parliament of the draft law on anti-corruption court at the next session

The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko expects the Verkhovna Rada consideration of the bill to create an anti-corruption court at the beginning of the next session.

He stated this during a meeting with Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Andrei Parubiy, reported in a press-service of the head of state.

“It is a pity that it was not possible to include in the agenda the issue of anti-corruption court, but have no doubt that at the beginning of the next session of the Parliament this question will be solved”, – he stressed.

At the same time, Poroshenko thanked the deputies for the adoption of several important laws and judicial reform.

“I am pleased that now the judicial reform is perceived by the public, and international partners,” he said.

According to the President, very important was the last plenary week of Parliament, when was adopted the law “On peculiarities of state policy on ensuring state sovereignty of Ukraine on the temporarily occupied territories in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions”.

“It is a law that clearly notes the systematic action of the state authorities of Ukraine regarding the return of Donbass, Crimea is under occupation of these territories by the Russian aggressor,” he said, noting that “the law clearly calls the aggressor – the aggressor and the occupation – the occupation”.

We will remind, earlier Poroshenko promised to sign a law on de-occupation of Donbass, as soon as he comes from the Verkhovna Rada.

“I want to be clear – I will sign it as soon as it will come from the Ukrainian Parliament, the Verkhovna Rada… the law establishes the right of Ukraine to self-defence in accordance with the 51st article of the UN Charter and details the mechanism for its implementation”, – said the President.

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