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The Verkhovna Rada has supported anti-corruption strategy for 2014-2017 in the first reading

October 7, 2014

The Parliament has voted for a bill on Anti-Corruption strategy for 2014-2017

The Verkhovna Rada has supported anti-corruption strategy for 2014-2017 in the first reading

Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine in the first reading supported the governmental bill on anti-corruption principles of state policy in Ukraine (Anti-Corruption Strategy) for the years 2014-2017 (№ 4284).

According to UNIAN correspondent 256 Members of Parliament voted for it (of 273 present).

MPs also supported a decision to shorten preparations for the second reading. The second reading will be discussed on October 14. The bill approves the principles of state anti-corruption policy (Anti-Corruption Strategy) for years 2014-2017.

According to the bill, within 3 months from the date it enters into force, the Ministry Cabinet has to work out a mechanism (a program) of implementation of the principles of the Anti-Corruption Strategy for years 2014-2017. Ministry Cabinet also has to bring its normative legal acts in compliance with the document.

It is presupposed that the successful realization of anti-corruption strategy will give possibility to reduce the level of corruption, increase public confidence in government, increase foreign investment and create base for further anti-corruption reform.

In addition, the Parliament has approved the establishment of National Anti-Corruption Bureau.

Source: unian.ua


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