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EU is concerned about Anti-Corruption Court Bill adoption in Ukraine

Source : 112 Ukraine

Rebecca Harms, Member of the European Parliament from Germany, stated that it was important to regard the success of National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine or Naftogaz-Ukraine, which has recently won at Stockholm Arbitration over Gazprom, and the issues as well
11:00, 24 March 2018

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Rebecca Harms, Member of the European Parliament from Germany, resented a fact that the adoption of Anti-Corruption Court Bill in Ukraine “is not progressing”. She stated this in her comment for DW.

According to her, it is important to regard the success of National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine or Naftogaz-Ukraine, which has recently won at Stockholm Arbitration over Gazprom, and the issues as well.

“Our voters expect us to Not remain blind when there is no success,” the politician said.

Earlier, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine supported the President’s Anti-Corruption Court Bill with 282 votes of people’s deputies.

The Bill provides the Anti-Corruption Court to hear cases, if the subject of crime and damage done is 500 more than the living wage for able-bodied people, which is around $34,000 since January 1.  This is the main condition. Besides, it does not matter who investigated the case – either it was the National Police, or General Prosecutor’s Office or the National Anti-Corruption Bureau. Some articles consider violations, related to drugs or arms, yet, there is not any article on e-declaration.

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