International monetary Fund allegedly informal made it a condition of the official Kiev: it is necessary to adopt a law on anti-corruption court until the end of January 2018. About this in Facebook wrote MP from the parliamentary faction of the Bloc of Petro Poroshenko Mustafa Nayem.
Citing “sources in the Bank” it is reported that today the President will submit to the Verkhovna Rada a draft law on anti-corruption court.
“The IMF has put an informal ultimatum: the law in the first and second readings should be taken until January 25. This is the last deadline, the violation of which threatens the disruption of the next tranche. My colleagues and I don’t know what will make the President. Petro Poroshenko is not considered necessary to carry out with any advice on the provisions of this bill. The concept, basic provisions and General vision Poroshenko remain unknown,” says Nye.
According to him, the “main concern” about the bill’s jurisdiction.
“As I understand it, in presidential Administration consider that the jurisdiction anticorodal should not be confined to the Affairs of NABOO. Theoretically this is the direct way to the fact that antiquorum will also be swamped from the GPU, NPU, and SBU”, – he warned.
While Nye and found a “positive moment”: that the President is theoretically ready to consider the participation of foreigners in the process of selecting judges. “But what kind of stage it touches, we do not know yet”, – he said.