Ministry of Justice proposes to engage foreign judges for the judicial reform
Judicial reform is planned to be held within two years
The Ministry of Justice of Ukraine proposes to engage foreign judges during the judicial reform, - stated the Minister of Justice Pavlo Petrenko during his interview on radio "Svoboda".
"There is a suggestion that in this period (of judicial reform implementing), we established specialized anti-corruption courts, which would investigate the cases under NABU jurisdiction and commercial courts involving foreigners. At the request of the parties foreigners could be involved in the judicial process to reach a higher level of legitimacy of the decision. It’s all for the period until we reload our national judicial system ", - said Pavlo Petrenko.
Earlier President Poroshenko said: “Ukraine has all preconditions to implement the reform package in full”
According to his words, the judicial reform, which includes the competitive selection and testing, is planned to be held within two years.
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