President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko submitted his version of the bill on creation of the anti-corruption court to the Parliament, according to the website of the Verkhovna Rada. The draft was submitted on Dec. 22 and registered under number 7440.
The President qualified the bill as an urgent matter. The text of the draft law isn’t available as of yet.
As we reported earlier, President Poroshenko asked the Ukrainian Parliament to recall the existing bill on the creation of the anti-corruption court from hearing, as the Venice Commission found some of the provisions unconstitutional. The MPs repealed this draft on Dec. 21, allowing the President to present his version of the law.