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In an interview to Ukrainian TV channels, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has called on the leaders of NATO countries to provide Ukraine with international experts to assist in the establishment of the Supreme Anti-Corruption Court (SACC), the press service of Poroshenko reports.
"During the meetings with the leaders of the NATO state members at the summit I discussed the issue and urged them to provide Ukraine with international experts as soon as possible to help us form an independent …
The United States commends Ukraine for adopting a law on the Anti-Corruption Court and emphasizes the need to amend the law that will ensure this court considers existing cases under its jurisdiction, stated US State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert.
"The United States commends Ukraine for adopting a law to establish an independent anti-corruption court. We were pleased to see this important piece of legislation passed with broad support in the Verkhovna Rada. With this move, Ukraine …
International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde has welcomed the establishment of a High Anti-Corruption Court in Ukraine, as noted in a statement by the Managing Director of the IMF following a telephone conversation with the Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko.
“I am very encouraged by the adoption of the law on the High Anti-Corruption Court (HACC) by the Ukrainian parliament, which is an important step forward in the authorities’ fight against corruption. The new law …
Appeals for cases of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) which have already been submitted will be considered by the courts of general jurisdiction, not by the new Anti-Corruption Court.
This rule appeared in the text of the law promulgated on Wednesday.
The amendment addressing the appeal provision was not read out by the Head of the Committee on Legal Policy and Justice, Ruslan Kniazevych, in the session hall. Prior to the adoption of the law, this amendment was not …
President Petro Poroshenko announced via Twitter that he signed the Anti-Corruption Court Law, which was adopted by the Verkhovna Rada, on June 7.
“Today, on this historic day—the anniversary of the visa-free regime—I sign the law ‘Law on the High Anti-Corruption Court’,” Poroshenko wrote. “It’s a key milestone of completion of creating an independent anti-corruption infrastructure in our country!”
Establishment of the anti-corruption court is a key requirement of the western creditors. The …
Gerry Rice, Director of the Communications Department (COM) at the International Monetary Fund, has said that the IMF will now assess the law adopted by the Verkhovna Rada on the creation of a High Anti-Corruption Court.
According to Rice, IMF staff have expressed concern about the institutional role of the Ukrainian Ministry of Finance since the dismissal of Finance Minister Oleksandr Danylyuk.
The Verkhovna Rada supported Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman’s petition to dismiss Oleksandr …
Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada has passed a bill “On the Supreme Anti-Corruption Court”. 315 MPs voted in favor of law No. 7440.
The day before, the Ukrainian government managed to reach an agreement with the creditors concerning an amendment to the powers of the Public Council of International Experts in the selection of judge candidates for the anti-corruption court.
The council will consist of six people, and not seven as had been planned previously. A minimum of three votes will be needed to …
US Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch stated that Ukraine will be refused billions of dollars in international aid if the Verkhovna Rada fails to pass the law "On the High Anti-Corruption Court", which was agreed upon with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
"Failure to pass an IMF-compliant bill would erode Ukraine’s ability to fight corruption, prevent Ukraine from receiving billions of dollars in assistance, and destabilize the economy. Getting this right is essential for building a …
The United States has called on Ukraine to create an anti-corruption court that meets the requirements of the International Monetary Fund.
US State Department Spokeswoman Heather Nauert noted this in a statement released on June 5.
"The United States calls on the government of Ukraine to implement deep, comprehensive, and timely reforms that reflect the demands the people of Ukraine made during the Revolution of Dignity: an end to systemic corruption, faster economic growth, and a European …
The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) warned that it may tighten monetary policy and impose currency restrictions if the International Monetary Fund does not release a fifth tranche to Ukraine.
"We have been talking through the possible scenarios in the case there is no tranche. If inflationary pressures increase, it will strengthen our monetary tools to contain inflation. We will impose certain restrictions on potential capital outflows," NBU Governor Yakiv Smoliy told journalists on Thursday. …