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Ukrainian parliament can adopt law on anti-corruption court in February, - Justice Minister

Source : 112 Ukraine

The law will define how to fight against corruption among the justice sphere
16:28, 14 December 2017

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Pavlo Petrenko, the Minister of Justice of Ukraine claimed that the Ukrainian Parliament intends to adopt the law on the creation of the special anti-corruption court supported by the International Monetary Fund in February 2018 as Reuters reported.

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'The adoption of the court law in February will be a very important step on the way to get more aid from the IMF that wants Ukraine to increase the tariffs, to make the pension reform more stable and to cancel the moratorium on the sale of the land', Petrenko specified.

At the same time, he realizes that the support of the law will not be stable as some MPs can become under the investigation after this law comes into force. However, this law should be adopted.

Related: Poroshenko, IMF Managing Director coordinate approaches on anti-corruption court

As we reported Petro Poroshenko, the President of Ukraine urged the Ukrainian parliament to remove the draft law on the creation of the anti-corruption court from the agenda or he will be forced to submit his own variant of the legislative initiative.

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