Lutsenko: Judicial system impedes fight against corruption and crime in Ukraine
He urges MPs to vote consciously for amendments to Constitution of Ukraine to ensure justice
Ukrainian Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko said that the current form of the judicial system impedes the fight against corruption and crime in Ukraine. In particular, it is reported in his statement, posted on the official website of the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine.
"The judicial system is the last obstacle on the path of combating corruption and crime. The prosecutor's office may initiate thousands of new cases, but if they will be closed for the money in corrupted court, we will not make even a step to Europe”, - he said.
Yuriy Lutsenko urged deputies to consciously approach the issue of voting for amendments to the Constitution of Ukraine to ensure justice and the law of Ukraine "On the Judicial System and Status of Judges".
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