The head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko signed amendments to the law on Prosecutor's office, which will provide an opportunity to begin large-scale staffing update of the Prosecutor's office, informs a press-the Secretary of the head of the country Svyatoslav tsigalko on his page on Wednesday.
The Ukrainian Parliament on 2 July approved the adjustments to the legislation on Prosecutor's office, providing for a reduction in the number of prosecutors in the country to 10 thousand people by 2018 from the current fifteen thousand. the MPs has also enshrined the norm on the procedure for the election of the so-called anti-corruption Prosecutor. Legally his election Will deal with the competition Commission of eleven persons, of whom seven are elected by the Parliament, and four more - the Council of prosecutors.
"the leader right now has signed amendments to the law on Prosecutor's office - in the presence of Viktor Shokin (attorney General - ed.) And David Sakvarelidze (the Deputy Prosecutor General - ed.). The law creates fresh opportunities for the purification of the Prosecutor's office, will provide a possibility the other day to start competing on a large scale HR system upgrade. And Shokin, Sakvarelidze And stressed that work As a team, " wrote the spokesman.
As said Tsigalko, head of guaranteed full support in the reform of the Prosecutor's office, the most important thing is its purification from corrupt officials. For example, according to his statement, Poroshenko assured that the high-profile case of bribery concerning 2 high position of prosecutors, which began recently, Will undoubtedly be brought to the end.
"There will be a new wave of struggle against illegal activities of officials in the Prosecutor's office, because cleaning of the prosecution is the requirement of today ", - noted at the meeting with the head of the state attorney General.
The Deputy Prosecutor General Sakvarelidze expressed gratitude to the President for his support of the new plan of reform of the Prosecutor's office of Ukraine. According to his statement, " tomorrow is the reorganization ".