Paruby signed the law on the anti-corruption court

Paruby signed the law on the anti-corruption court



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Ukraine finally received the long-awaited anti-corruption court.

Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada Andriy Parubiy signed the law on the anti-corruption court.

The signing took place on 9 June during a briefing in the framework of the inter-parliamentary Assembly “Ukraine-Georgia-Moldova”.

.@AndriyParubiy uroczysto Papisov #ЗП7440 about Greater antikorupcinio court#Parl4Sec

— The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine (@verkhovna_rada) 9 June 2018 R.

We will remind, on Thursday, June 7, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted the draft law establishing an anti-corruption court.

The bill submitted to the Parliament by the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, voted by 315 MPs.

The Verkhovna Rada Of Ukraine

The creation of an anti-corruption court completed a large-scale anti-corruption reform in Ukraine and give impetus for further active cooperation with Western partners, since the adoption of the bill was perhaps the most important requirement for further funding.

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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. Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Andrew Parubiy on may 22 said that the representatives of the IMF and Venice Commission had agreed on almost all disputed items of the bill.

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

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