We worked out resolution on how to correct anti-Ukrainian laws adopted by new government, - ex-General Prosecutor

More than 500 people came to Kyiv for law-forum
19:00, 29 November 2019

 More than 500 delegates from all over Ukraine worked out a resolution on how to correct the anti-Ukrainian laws adopted by the new government.  The ex-General Prosecutor of Ukraine Svyatoslav Piskun, during the All-Ukrainian Forum of Lawyers, said this.

 "Today, more than 500 people came to Kyiv, we held a forum - these are delegates from all regions of Ukraine. As a result of this forum, we have developed not just to say that the government is wrong. We have developed a resolution and proposals for the law, how to level this situation, how to make it legal. And we are sending these proposals and our resolution to the leaders of the government," - he said.

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 “I don’t know the proposal to amend the law on the judiciary, which was recently voted on the first reading or on the second, to amend the law on reforming the prosecution authorities, amend the labor law, the labor code, which take into account the needs of people,  who work in a special mode, and, probably, the most important thing is to think about how to change the Constitution in this situation, because anti-state, anti-Ukrainian laws and mines in the Constitution were adopted, as a result of which there is no Supreme Court of Ukraine  oh no, the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine. No. The word “Prosecutor General’s” is written there. Which country? If there is no name of the country that protects its citizen, is that the body that a citizen can expect protection, Ukrainian? Of course not. Therefore, we wrote resolution. We’ll wait and see,” - Piskun added.

As we reported, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has signed the bill #1031, which provides criminal liability for illegal enrichment in the amount of 256,576 dollars.

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