The mayor of Kiev Vitali Klitschko signed a decree on inspection March 10, his deputies and other bureaucrats Moscow administration in the framework of the law on lustration, said on the first day of the week in the city hall.
"Vitali Klitschko signed the order of the Kyiv mayor to start the inspection by first Deputy and Deputy head of the Moscow administration, and Directors of departments and other structural divisions. This verification is provided by the legislative act of Ukraine " about the cleansing power ", will begin on March 10, according to the report.
These government employees are obliged within ten days from the beginning of the test to provide the management of human work and winning his own written statement with the Declaration of property, income, expenses and financial obligations for 2014.
All these data, except those referred by the legislative act to the restricted information will be posted on a single web-portal of the territorial community of Kyiv and will become fully public promise in the administration.
in mid-September last year, the Ukrainian Parliament with the 3rd attempt blesed the law on lustration. As said at that time, the attorney General Vitaly Yarema, the law is not in conformity with the Constitution and the requirements of international law. Anyhow, October 9, the Ukrainian head Petro Poroshenko has signed the law, but did not rule out the inclusion in it of the change in the case of observations from the Venice Commission, or the constitutional court.
in early February, Kiev was visited by a delegation of the Venice Commission headed by its Chairman Gianni Buquicchio. Speaking about the law " about the cleansing power ", the head of the Commission Gianni Buquicchio called it bad. He said that the Commission agreed with the Ukrainian authorities on the mutual adaptation of the legislation. In his vision, the process of lustration would stop for a while and started to improve the relevant law.
The lustration of power was one of the requirements of participating in the mass protests held at Maidan in Kyiv from November 2013 to March 2014, which led to the coup d'etat in Ukraine.