The Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office will implement all the norms of the law which will be adopted, as SAP Head Nazar Kholodnytsky said on air of 112 Ukraine commenting the statement of the presidential candidate Volodymyr Zelensky about his intention to reform the anti-corruption bodies.
“After April 21 I see April 22. We are not scared. We live in the reforming state for the last five days that is why I don’t see anything bad in it. I will be honest: I don’t want to comment on the campaign promises of any of the candidates, but as law-abiding bodies, we will implement all the norms of the law which will be adopted. If there will be a law on a call for tender or any other moments we will implement them. And let the pre-election commentaries be the pre-election slogans,” he said.
As it was reported, on March 31 the first round of the presidential elections was held in Ukraine. The second one is scheduled for April 21. It is expected that showman Volodymyr Zelensky and the current President of the state Petro Poroshenko will enter the second round. The Central Election Commission has processed 99% of protocols of the first round of presidential elections – Zelensky got 30,23%, Poroshenko – 15,92%.