Parubiy said that Rada may finally adopt a law on anti-corruption court

Parubiy said that Rada may finally adopt a law on anti-corruption court



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The main work with revisions and adoption of the law will be held tomorrow.

In the Verkhovna Rada began consideration of the bill on the anti-corruption court.

The document is on the agenda of the plenary week. The law is 19 pages long.

“With the experts of the Venice Commission we have agreed on 13 of 14 problem items. But, unfortunately, not all the amendments agreed upon,” said speaker Andrew Parubiy.

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He called to begin consideration of the bill from the agreed corrections. Inconsistent in Parliament left at the end of the review.

“Today we can only start reviewing, there are 1927 of edits. The main work will be tomorrow. We will hold discussions with colleagues from the Venice Commission”, – said Parubiy.

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He added that virtually all of the inconsistent edits relate to one theme – the powers of the public Council of international experts.

“This is a separate issue. I think we will be able to find a consensus,” – said paruby.

The speaker expects adoption of law on Thursday, may 24.

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Earlier, the Verkhovna Rada Committee on legal policy approved the bill on corruption court for the second reading. The Chairman of the Committee Ruslan Knyazevich said that the draft law was approved with the exception of the 70 amendments, which concern the procedure for veto candidates for the court from the Council of international experts.

In the first reading the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted the draft law on anti-corruption court on March 1.

Videosean on the anti-corruption court, the deputies adopted in the first reading

The law was blocked in Parliament for almost 2 years. Their results gave the pressure of the IMF, which refused to allocate the next tranche without Ukraine’s struggle with corruption. The influence of the court will be significant. All high-profile cases of NABOO and the ILS will guide here.

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