The IMF will give the Ukrainian authorities of the recommendation concerning anti-corruption court

The group of experts of the International monetary Fund during the visit to Kiev will give the authorities of Ukraine recommendations The anti-corruption court.

This was announced by Finance Minister Alexander danyluk, reports Interfax-Ukraine.

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“Together with the mission will arrive several experts who will work and give recommendations regarding the law on anti-corruption court,” he said.

Danyluk also said that now is the time when the mission of the IMF is needed in order to enable Ukraine to advance further in cooperation with the Fund.

Recall, December 22, 2017, President Petro Poroshenko submitted to the Parliament the draft law on Higher anti-corruption court. The IMF said that the paragraphs of this document conflict with the obligations which Ukraine 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.

Videosebony Bank: anti-corruption court is a critical question

World Bank Director for Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova satu Kähkönen said there are three provisions in the presidential bill on the anti-corruption court, which needs to be changed. Without it, says Kähkönen, the format of further cooperation is in question.

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26 Jan, 01:09


  • Ukraine
  • IMF
  • Danyluk
  • anti-corruption court

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