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Ukrainian President to register draft law on anti-corruption court in Verkhovna Rada, in case MPs fail to
16:34, 6 November 2017
Ukrainian President to register draft law on anti-corruption court in Verkhovna Rada, in case MPs fail to

President of Ukraine urges all committees, all interested parties to create the task group on the work out of the main principles of the law on the anti-corruption court

16:34, 6 November 2017

Press Service of the President of Ukraine

Ukrainian President Poroshenko will register his own variant of the anti-corruption court draft law within two weeks if the MPs do not present their suggestions. Iryna Lutsenko, the representative of the President in the Verkhovna Rada claimed this at the coordination board broadcasted by 112 Ukraine.

'Firstly, President of Ukraine urges all committees, all interested parties to create the task group on the work out of the main principles of the law on the anti-corruption court. It was a demand of the protesters, it was a part of the court reform offered by the president and that is implemented at the parliament. It will be impossible to find the consensus without the task group when the law will be submitted for the voting. If such group will not be created during the next two weeks then the president is ready to present his variant of the anti-corruption court', Lutsenko said.

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One of the main demands of the protesters near the Verkhovna Rada is to create the Anti-corruption court.

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Earlier the MPs from the 'Samopomich' Party registered the draft law on the anti-corruption courts. However, they claimed that they are ready to revoke their draft law on the Anti-corruption court if the president's variant will appear.

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