The head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has vetoed the Law on the national police, aimed at the reform of the Ministry of internal Affairs of the country, which fully came into force yesterday, informs on the last working day of the week, the press service of the presidential administration.
The law on the national police was posted on the Ukrainian official media on Thursday. With With the the specified day it is not fully in force, and among them, began to act in respect of the offices of the patrol police in Kiev.
"the head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko had used the veto to the law" on internal Affairs bodies ", adopted by the Verkhovna Rada on July 2 this year. This solution is the head of the country has taken following the meeting attended by Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk, the Secretary of Council of national security and defense Oleksandr Turchynov and the head of the Ministry of internal Affairs Arsen Avakov, " - said in the report.
As noted, " some of the questions, the solution of which is required to provide this document, refers to the competence of the government and the other already regulated by other normative-legal acts ".
The relevant Law was adopted by the Parliament on 2 July. The law aims to reform the law enforcement system of the country, which will lead to the creation of appropriate European standards of police and provide a decent wage to its employees. According to the document, from the national police will operate: criminal law enforcement, patrol and law enforcement agencies, law enforcement protection, special law enforcement agencies and law enforcement special forces (special forces - ed.).
The law requires that the police want to sign a contract for four years, which will allow to provide stability of their work. It is also planned that local authorities have the opportunity to Express no confidence in any police patrol. The main innovation is the recruitment to law enforcement agencies through a public competition. The activities of the national police coordinated by the Cabinet of Ministers through the head of the Ministry of internal Affairs.