With a Rada vote due tomorrow on an anti-corruption court
Wednesday, June 6, 2018

With a Rada vote due tomorrow on an anti-corruption court

With a Rada vote due tomorrow on an anti-corruption court, Washington called on Ukraine Tuesday to pass a bill creating “a genuinely independent anti-corruption court” that would meet IMF requirements. Heather Nauert, State Department spokeswoman, said: “We agree with the IMF that any legislation establishing an anti-corruption court must include a central role for a council of international experts to ensure the selection of qualified judges.” Timothy Ash writes from London: “Strong pressure now from the US administration for Ukraine to pass an IMF-compliant anti-corruption court, making clear, I think, there is no compromise to be had with the IMF over the independence of the ACC. “

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