Rada adopted a law that will allow the launch of an anti-corruption court

Rada adopted a law that will allow the launch of an anti-corruption court

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Thursday, July 12, deputies of the Verkhovna Rada supported draft law No. 7441 on amendments to the Law of Ukraine “On judicial system and status of judges” in connection with the adoption of the law of Ukraine “On Higher anti-corruption court.”

For the second reading of the bill on amendments voted 254 deputies.

Supported amendments to the law on accountability of appeals in corruption cases. To make these changes, insisted the International monetary Fund.

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According to the speaker of the Verkhovna Rada Andrei Parubiy, the adoption of the document will allow to start the work of the anti-corruption court.

Earlier the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has signed the law “On education Higher anti-corruption court.”

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This document triggers the creation of this body in Ukraine. During this presidential bill MPs voted last week and Petro Poroshenko put his signature in the presence of graduates of the Institute of international relations of Kyiv University.

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