The ninth issue of Ukrainian Law Enforcement Reform Digest is the result of the common project of NGO “Association UMDPL” and Centre of Policy and Legal Reform with the financial support of the European Union.
The Civil Network OPORA commented on CEC decisions to cancel the previous decision on сonducting the first local and additional election in the 4 amalgamated hromadas.
The court acquitted a member of the High Council of Justice Pavlo Grechkivsky, who was accused of fraud.
Experts of the Ukrainian Center for Independent Political Research within the framework of USAID “Citizens in Action” Project estimated the extent to which the local councils’ procedures envisaging the opportunities for citizens to influence the decision-making process meet the democratic principles.
Competition to the High Anticorruption Court began with discrimination.
The purpose of this publication is to provide a broad understanding of the issues of democratic civilian control over the security and defence sector, its current status after the adoption of the Law of Ukraine “On National Security of Ukraine” in June 2018 and designed for a wide range of readers.
Deputies may make the investigation of corruption crimes more complicated due to excessive control over forensic examinations.
Oleksandr Banchuk, expert of the Centre of Policy and Legal Reform, highlighted the changes in the Prosecutor’s Office of Ukraine in recent years in his article for BlogActiv.
People’s deputies suggest limiting access to the declarations of the part of law enforcement officers and making their verification ineffective.