With billions of dollars of IMF and EU aid at risk, Prime Minister Groysman threatened Monday to resign if the Rada does not approve an anti-corruption court,
Tuesday, June 5, 2018

With billions of dollars of IMF and EU aid at risk, Prime Minister Groysman threatened Monday to resign if the Rada does not approve an anti-corruption court,

With billions of dollars of IMF and EU aid at risk, Prime Minister Groysman threatened Monday to resign if the Rada does not approve an anti-corruption court, a deal breaker for the IMF. Flanked by Rada speaker Andriy Parubiy at a Kyiv press conference, Groysman vowed: “If this court – fair, independent – isn’t created, I will resign.” Parubiy said that he will do his best to get the bill passed on Thursday.

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