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Poroshenko supports cancellation of collateral for corrupt officials

As the Head of the State thinks, corruption is dangerous for the society
19:50, 8 June 2018

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Petro Poroshenko, the President of Ukraine, stands for the cancellation of the collateral for corrupt officials who committed felonies. He said it on June 8 at the meeting with the students of Kyiv Taras Shevchenko National University, broadcasted by 112 Ukraine.

“Today, the struggle against corruption in our country can be compared with fishing – caught, held, took a picture and let go…To hold is not enough for today. My principled position is the following – every sentence has to reach the court. The bribe taker has to appear on the dock,” the President stated.

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According to him, the law enforcement agencies are complaining that the cases are being prolonged in the courts.

“There is a restrictive measure for the corrupt officials – mostly, in the form of the cash collateral. I am totally convinced that such measure has to be canceled when it comes to grave corruption offenses. As these are felonies extremely dangerous for the society,” he stressed.

Earlier, on June 7 Ukraine’s Parliament voted for the bill on the creation of a Supreme Anti-Corruption Court. 315 MPs supported the decision.  

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