“No zrady”: Gerashchenko told, when Parliament may vote to launch anti-corruption court

“No zrady”: Gerashchenko told, when Parliament may vote to launch anti-corruption court

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Introduction, consideration and vote on the bill can pass in one day.

The Parliament can vote for a bill to launch an anti-corruption court on Thursday, June 21.

This was announced by Vice-speaker of the Ukrainian Parliament Irina Gerashchenko.

According to her, the reason that the bill was not included in the agenda on Tuesday, clashes began at the Parliament and the lack of deputies in the session hall.

“But no zrady, I have no doubt that on Thursday the question will be placed on the agenda promptly considered by Committee and voted in the session hall. Anything can happen in one day”, – wrote Gerashchenko in Facebook.

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We will remind, on 7 June, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted the draft law establishing an anti-corruption court. Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada Andrew Parubiy has signed the law on June 9, Ukrainian President two days later, on June 11.

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

After the publication of the text of the bill was that thanks to one of the amendments a number of top officials can avoid punishment for their crimes. Edit introduced into the law a provision, according to which the appeal regarding the sentences in cases of NABU and SAP announced the creation of the anti-corruption court will not consider his appeal chamber and courts of appeal of General jurisdiction.

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Under the Verkhovna Rada there was a clash between veterans of the armed conflicts, Chernobyl veterans, miners and police officers. They drove the security forces to the Parliament building. Finally, the Parliament sent the initiative group. Now all the issues the protesters will be able to announce on Friday.

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