The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine sent the draft amendments to the main law #1014 on the authorities of the president to form independent regulatory bodies and appoint National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU) and State Investigation Bureau (SIB) heads to the Constitutional Court for the conclusion, as 112 Ukraine reported.
According to the proposed edition of Article 106 of the Constitution, the president forms the National Anti-Corruption Bureau, appoints and dismisses the heads of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau and State Investigation Bureau in the order provided by the law.
Moreover, the head of the state would get the authorities to form independent regulatory bodies, which hold the state regulation, monitoring, and control over the activity on the holding of the management in particular spheres: to appoint and dismiss their members in the order provided by law.
Article 106 of the Constitution contains the list of the authorities of the president of Ukraine.
At the same time, the law on the National Anti-Corruption Bureau states that the Bureau’s head is appointed by the president among the candidates selected by the commission. Only the Verkhovna Rada on the submission of at least 150 MPs may dismiss the head of the body. Besides, one of the conditions for dismissal should be observed.
The SIB law provides that the president appoints its head on the submission of the prime minister according to the submission of the commission. The SIB head might be dismissed according to one of the reasons enshrined in the law.
Earlier, the Ukrainian parliament sent the presidential draft amendment to the main law #1013 on the abolishing of the lawyers’ monopoly to the Constitutional Court for the conclusion.