After the creation in Ukraine of anti-corruption court, the flow of investment into the country will increase significantly, said world Bank President Jim Yong Kim during a briefing on November 14 in Kiev on the results of the meeting with the Prime Minister of Ukraine Vladimir Groysman, reports the correspondent of the Internet edition «GORDON».
He noted that he met with representatives of the National anticorruption Bureau of Ukraine, the Specialized anti-corruption Prosecutor’s office and civil society. Kim stressed that impressed with their dedication to the fight against corruption and determination.
The world Bank President added that the last step is an independent anti-corruption court. He stressed that «the whole world shares this view, watching Ukraine very closely».
«We are really looking forward to when this court is created. I think at the moment the possibility of a much larger investment in Ukraine will finally come and we will be very happy to send this force here, to show how the reform has taken root in this country,» said Kim.
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 Currently, this document is withdrawn.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.
The President of the world Bank stated that after the establishment of the anticorruption court, the flow of investments into Ukraine will increase significantly 14.11.2017