The Ministry of Justice of Ukraine develops a system of the free legal support and it plans to implement the project 'I have a right' the next four years that will aim at the informing of the population on their rights and recording of the systematic abusive practices of the officials. Minister of Justice Pavlo Petrenko claimed this at question hour to the parliament as 112 Ukraine broadcasted.
'The officials who trample the rights of the Ukrainians should bear responsibility. That is why we are at the new stage of the development the free legal support. It is not just a support for the Ukrainians who need a free advocate or consultation of the jurist of the Justice Ministry it is the recording of the systematic violations that took place in the court and law enforcement system, government authority and response from the state, government and the president on these violations with the particular dismisses and particular bearing to the responsibility of particular persons. The Ukrainian government defined the next four years as the time for the implementation of the project 'I have a right', Petrenko said.
According to him, they will spread the information among the Ukrainian citizens on their rights and monitor the systematic abusive practices of the officials and punish the guilty within the new project.
Petrenko noted that the project is under the patronage of the president.
'I expect that we jointly with the Ukrainian parliament and government will provide not just the declarative guarantee of the rights to the Ukrainians but the annually and real guarantee and implementation of the rights to the Ukrainian that are written in the laws on the rights that cannot be implemented because the bureaucrat or official abuse the ignorance, uninformedness of the Ukrainians that creates the great reputation problem for the whole state', the minister noted.