The IMF wants the Rada to restore a key requirement that all appeals of big corruption cases go to the new High Anti-Corruption Court
Wednesday, June 20, 2018

The IMF wants the Rada to restore a key requirement that all appeals of big corruption cases go to the new High Anti-Corruption Court

The IMF wants the Rada to restore a key requirement that all appeals of big corruption cases go to the new High Anti-Corruption Court, Christine Lagarde, IMF Managing Director, writes in a press statement Tuesday. Lagarde and President Poroshenko spoke on the telephone Monday. Timothy Ash writes from London: “Clever move by Lagarde. The ball is now back in Poroshenko’s court. No IMF money until ACC bill amended, gas prices hiked and budget amended…Emerging Market volatility makes it hard at present for Ukraine to come to market, unless they pay top dollar. So the pressure will be on the Poroshenko Administration to deliver – and hopefully before the looming Copenhagen donor summit at the end of this month. No IMF compliant ACC, no IMF or EU money, and no market access.”

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