The Committee gave the Parliament the “green light” to create an anti-corruption court
The Committee on legal policy and justice recommended the adoption of the bill on the corruption court .
Wrote about this on his page in Facebook the people’s Deputy, member of the Committee Svetlana Zalishchuk.
“Rada to adopt the bill on the corruption court in the wording of the President. This decision of the relevant Committee. Tomorrow Parliament will vote for the law in the first reading,” she said.
According to Zalishchuk, the Committee rejected an alternative proposal to introduce a bill immediately with the recommendations of the Venice Commission.
“The head of the legal Committee Ruslan Knyazevich declared that “the Venice Commission did not understand, it is a court of special or specialized,” “deceit, that the recommendations of the Venice Commission relate to the bill of the President”, – said the MP.
In addition, Zalishchuk said that the key issue is the content of the law, whose fate will be decided between the second and the first reading.
“We’ll make or the next NAB which will properly do their job, or another NAPC, which will simulate work,” she concluded.
Shift Antiarab. Make the Parliament a bill on corruption court in the wording of the President. This is the solution…
Published Svetlana Zalishchuk 28 Feb 2018
Recall, December 22, 2017, President Petro Poroshenko has submitted to Parliament a draft law on Higher anti-corruption court. The IMF said that the paragraphs of this document are contrary to the obligationswhich Ukraine undertook before the international partners. In response to what Poroshenko said that the draft law on anti-corruption the Supreme 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 in the wording proposed by Poroshenko, is invalid.
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