Parubiy voiced the most controversial provisions of the bill on corruption court
Positions the draft law on Higher anti-corruption court regarding the powers of the Public Council of international experts will cause the most debate in the Parliament.
About this on air of one of Ukrainian television said the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Andriy Parubiy, writes Interfax.
“The main discussion will be on the competence of the Public Council of international experts. The discussion about what international partners have recommended that the Public Council of international experts could during the examination to give their opinion on a particular candidate,” – said paruby.
“The second point – to the Highest qualification Commission of judges took into consideration only those candidates who have passed the preliminary discussion of the Public Council and, accordingly, they had already filed for final approval”, – the politician noted.
Also among the most controversial provisions of the bill – requirements to candidates to judges and the jurisdiction of the court.
“The third point is that international partners insist that the jurisdiction of the anti-corruption court has said the jurisdiction of the EPS and NABOO. For this reason, obviously, is a separate discussion,” he added.
The speaker also suggested that parliamentarians at the voting stage in the first reading for the bill can take into account some of the proposals and make amendments.
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“The bill is not taken into account the minimum number of judges that should be selected to ensure that the court earned. I think that we will be able to resolve between the first and second reading to demonstrate and partners, and Ukraine, our willingness to compromise and a constructive work”, – summed up paruby.
Recall, December 22, 2017, President Petro Poroshenko submitted to the Parliament the draft law on Higher anti-corruption court. In The IMF said that the paragraphs of this document conflict with the obligations she undertook before the international partners. In response to what Poroshenko said that the draft law on Higher anti-corruption court developed in accordance with the Constitution of Ukraine and in accordance with the recommendations of the Venice Commission. Also at the world Bank believe that the adoption of the law on the anti-corruption court, as proposed Poroshenko, is invalid.
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