Venice Commission: Ukraine's Bill on anti-corruption court complies with Constitution
17 JanuaryThe bill on the Anti-Corruption Court submitted by the President of Ukraine to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine complies with the Constitution of Ukraine and the recommendations of the Venice Commission. Ukrinform learnt this from the press service of the Presidential Administration. "The draft law on the Anti-Corruption Court was elaborated in accordance with the Constitution of Ukraine and the recommendations of the Venice Commission," the Presidential Administration noted. The Administration also added that the draft law had been already submitted to the Verkhovna Rada so all the further discussions should take place within the legal framework at the Ukrainian Parliament. The press service of the Head of State reminded that President Petro Poroshenko repeatedly stressed that the leadership of the state has the political will to create an independent anti-corruption court.