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New session of Parliament: MPs to consider bills related to anti-corruption court, EU and NATO membership

The new session kicks off on Tuesday, February 6
12:48, 5 February 2018

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Over the course of the eighth session of the eighth convocation, the Ukrainian Parliament will focus on solving certain employment issues. Ukrainian lawmakers will also consider the bills related to anti-corruption court, and the EU and NATO membership. Andriy Parubiy, the speaker of the Parliament said that at a briefing on Monday morning. 

'Our priorities still are NATO and EU membership, so we work on integration with these structures. One of the essential laws in this regard would be the law on Ukraine's national security. It is supposed to reform the national security sector, and it is vital for integration with NATO,' he said.

Parubiy added that the adoption of the law on the Anti-Corruption Court is 'to finish the process of reforming the judiciary system in Ukraine'. 

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