The National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption (NAPC) stated that the anti-corruption system could be restored only through changes to the decision of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine (CCU). This was reported by the NAPC’s press service.
"Without changes to the decision of the CCU, no law aimed at restoring the anti-corruption system will be effective in the long run," the statement said.
The NAPC notes that if the decision of the CCU is not changed, it may lead to the cancellation of all subsequent legislative initiatives aimed at restoring the anti-corruption system. In addition, the NAPC cannot accept reports from citizens about corruption.
As we reported earlier, Judges of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine (CCU) are not willing to resign voluntarily despite Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's call for it.
"No one is going to go. There is no reason," the source noted.
According to him, the call of President Volodymyr Zelensky to resign cannot be considered as a legal basis.
"He will not get it," added the interlocutor.