Poroshenko: next week I will submit to the Parliament a bill on the anti-corruption court

The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko said that will make the Verkhovna Rada a bill about anti-corruption court next week. The head of state said in his speech on the occasion of the start of the new Supreme Court, the correspondent of «GORDON».

«A lot of work ahead. The next step – the bill on the anti-corruption court,» – said Poroshenko.

He also expressed hope that the Verkhovna Rada will soon withdraw bill No. 6011 «About anti-corruption court» that would give the President the opportunity to make a new document.

«I hope that the Parliament will unblock the process of withdrawing the bills that are unconstitutional and not approved by the Venice Commission… next week I will submit the bill if the BP unlocks and will give you the opportunity to register,» – said Poroshenko.

On 9 October, the Venice Commission criticized the Ukrainian bills No. 6011 (attribution Deputy speaker Oksana Syroid (independent), MPs Yegor Sobolev (Samopomich), Ivan Krulko (Batkivshchyna), Sergey Leshchenko, Svetlana Zalishchuk and Moustapha Nayem (Block Poroshenko) and No. 6529 (representative of the bloc of Petro Poroshenko Sergey Alekseev) on the establishment of anticorruption courts in Ukraine. Document No. 6529 currently withdrawn. November 16 the Verkhovna Rada Committee on legal policy and justice were recommended to return the bill No. 6011 its proponents, however, procedures for the withdrawal of the bill from Parliament has not yet been completed.

On 7 December, President Petro Poroshenko said that prepare and submit to Parliament a draft law on the anti-corruption court, if members do not develop the appropriate document. In parallel, he also promised to submit the initiative to establish the military court.

U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch expressed hope that the adoption of legislation on anti-corruption court will be held before the end of the year.

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 noted that the courts often delay business Bureau.

Poroshenko: next week I will submit to the Parliament a bill on the anti-corruption court 15.12.2017

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