Establishing an anti-corruption court would be a contribution to the success of Ukraine, said Prime Minister Vladimir Groisman during the meeting with world Bank President John Yong Kim, on November 14 in Kiev, the correspondent of the Internet edition «GORDON».
«It’s not in external loans, because he (the anti-corruption court. – «GORDON») in the documents of our cooperation with various institutions. The fact that we need to effectively build the system and prevent corruption, and punish corruption. It will also be a contribution to Ukraine’s success. Never corrupt country will not be able to make a qualitative leap, and for us it is very important that we used the maximum potential of Ukraine, because if we look at what we have today and the potential we have multiple opportunities to increase the economy, social standards and so on,» he said.
Groisman added that Ukraine is very important «to complete the formation of the whole anti-corruption infrastructure.»
The Cabinet will do everything to ensure that his side are no delays in the process of creating an anti-corruption court was not, said the head of government.
On 9 October, the Venice Commission published the full text of the opinion on the Ukrainian draft laws No. 6011, and No. 6529 on the establishment of anticorruption courts in Ukraine.
The experts did not support the introduction of an extensive system of anti-corruption of the chambers that were provided for in the bill No. 6529. Currently, this document is withdrawn. The Commission also criticized several provisions of bill No. 6011, drawing attention to the inadmissibility of politicization of the appointment process for judges and the need to respect the Constitution during the selection procedure.
On October 20, President Petro Poroshenko said about the necessity of developing a new draft law on the anti-corruption court.
6 November, the representative of the President in the Verkhovna Rada Iryna Lutsenko said that if in two weeks the Parliament will not be created working group on elaboration of points of the bill, Poroshenko will present his version of the document.
November 8, Poroshenko urged deputies to develop a new bill on anti-corruption court with regard to the recommendations of the Venice Commission.
The creation of a specialized anti-corruption court is one of the obligations which Ukraine undertook before the international partners – the European Union and the International monetary Fund.
In the present case, investigated by the National anti-corruption Bureau, examines the Solomensky district court, because in this area there is office. Director of the NABU Artem Sytnik declared that the courts often delay business Bureau.
Groisman on the establishment of an anti-corruption court in Ukraine: the Case is not in external loans 14.11.2017