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Zelensky signs law on Anti-Corruption Court

When the law takes effect, other investigation authorities will stop accepting claims in the cases investigated by NABU and SAP; these will be filed to the Supreme Appeal Court of Ukraine
15:12, 20 September 2019

President's press service

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has signed the law on the Anti-Corruption Court. This is mentioned on the respective page on the website of the Parliament.  

The law will take effect the day after its publication in the Holos Ukrainy newspaper, the official outlet of the Parliament.

When the law takes effect, other investigation authorities will stop accepting claims in the cases investigated by NABU (National Anti-Corruption Bureau) and SAP (Special Anti-Corruption Prosecutor's Office); other courts of the first instance will stop accepting the bills of indictment. Instead, these acts will be filed to the Supreme Appeal Court of Ukraine. 

Related: Supreme Anti-Corruption Court starts its work in Ukraine

The courts of appeal instance will cease to accept the appeal claims in the mentioned cases. The Appeal Chamber of the Supreme Appeal Court of Ukraine is an exception from this regulation.

The law on the Supreme Anti-Corruption Court of Ukraine and the formal law on the creation of the Anti-Corruption Court took effect in June 2018.

Related: Anti-Corruption Court to receive cases from NABU, SAPO

 

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