With billions of dollars of aid hanging in the balance, IMF is studying the law on the High Anti-Corruption Court passed Thursday by the Rada
Friday, June 8, 2018

With billions of dollars of aid hanging in the balance, IMF is studying the law on the High Anti-Corruption Court passed Thursday by the Rada

With billions of dollars of aid hanging in the balance, IMF is studying the law on the High Anti-Corruption Court passed Thursday by the Rada to see if it meets the bank’s requirements. IMF spokesman Gerry Rice said in Washington: “We will now assess that law as it was adopted. We’ll be looking to see that it ensures the establishment of an independent and trustworthy anti-corruption court that meets the expectations of the Ukrainian people. In this regard, the selection process of judges who sit on that court is critical.” In Kyiv, Goesta Ljungman, the IMF Representative in Ukraine, said: “The IMF staff look forward to reviewing the approved law to assess its consistency with agreements under the IMF-supported program.”

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