In Kiev said, as Ukraine is trying to deceive the IMF

© RIA Novosti / Stringreplace in photobacteria of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine in Kiev. Archival photoIn Kiev said, as Ukraine is trying to deceive the IMF© RIA Novosti / Stringreplace the image Bank

Ukrainian law on the anticorruption court, which shall enter into force on Thursday, is an attempt to deceive the international monetary Fund (IMF), according to representatives of the party «people’s front» and «Samopomich».

So, MP from «Samopomich» Yegor Sobolev said that the country’s President Petro Poroshenko has falsified one of the articles of the law. According to Sobolev, the document States that all current Affairs of National anti-corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU), the consideration of which began in the General courts of first instance will be completed also in General courts, not the appellate chamber of the anti-corruption court.

The MP stressed that Parliament «did not vote for this».

«A falsified text in turn was signed by the Chairman of the legal Committee of the Parliament Ruslan Kniazevych, the speaker Andriy Parubiy and Poroshenko himself. Have already discussed this issue with the Director of NABU Artem Sytnik. We will find a solution. By itself, this falsification shows how top corrupt officials are afraid of the anti-corruption court», — wrote Deputy on his page on Facebook.

The source RT in the party «national front», in turn, noted, the courts of General jurisdiction controlled by the presidential entourage, and all issues are decided by an influential Deputy from Blok Petro Poroshenko Alexander Granovsky.

«The IMF thinks that we voluntarily agree to create an anti-corruption court. But it will break all the relations in politics, which hold only on the guarantee of inviolability. How to continue to work with partners, if tomorrow can hold?» he said.The source believes that the IMF will give Ukraine a loan, as «will see the beginning of the process for combating corruption, it does not matter that this is all a simulation».

The Verkhovna Rada on Thursday adopted a presidential law on the establishment of the Supreme court anti-corruption in Ukraine, the President signed it on June 11. The creation of such a court is one of the key requirements for Ukraine from the IMF for providing the next tranche of the loan.

In 2016-2017, Ukraine has received one tranche of one billion dollars each. Kiev is expected to receive the fifth tranche by the end of last year, but this still has not happened.