Head Petro Poroshenko expressed hope that the level of bribery in government bodies in Ukraine in the next few years will be reduced to indicators of the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Georgia.
On Tuesday, Poroshenko took part in the swearing in of detectives, the National anti-corruption Bureau of Ukraine, which was created in April of this year. Just anti-corruption Bureau was hired 70 employees. From the very beginning planned to find out 100 best of 3, 5 thousand candidates admitted to the competition. Among the winners were civil servants, employees of the SBU, Prosecutor's office, Ministry of interior, Executive service, Authorized business, as well as unemployed at the time. The organization will start full operation in October this year.
"in the perception index of bribery for 2014, which was released by Transparency international, Ukraine is currently hosted in the step 142. The job your Job anti-corruption Bureau, anti-corruption system of Ukraine is to eliminate the corruption monster. I dream that in a few years Ukraine will be on special seats near their European partners - the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Georgia ", - said Poroshenko.
the head of Ukraine during the meeting, also said that in the near future the Ukrainian Parliament will watch the draft law prohibiting the release on bail of public employees convicted of bribery.
"I expect the Verkhovna Rada of the law that prohibits release under pledge of government officials suspected of bribery. Yesterday During a meeting with leaders of parliamentary factions, which are part of the coalition, we agreed that Parliament will shortly introduce changes to the law that will allow you to securely put corrupt officials behind bars, " said Poroshenko.