It is informed that the Verkhovna Rada (the Supreme Council of Ukraine) of Ukraine has approved the bill ¹4135, which determines the directions of state anti-corruption policy for the coming years.
Source. This was reported by the press service of the parliament.
Details. The constitutional majority of 310 people's deputies voted for this bill.
“From now on, Ukraine has a clear anti-corruption strategy! According to preliminary estimates, it will help save up to UAH 200 billion a year,” said Verkhovna Rada Chairman Ruslan Stefanchuk.
According to him, the document provides many measures aimed at minimizing corruption risks in priority spheres for Ukraine, in particular – in the defense sector.
Background. Earlier, the Verkhovna Rada supported the ratification of the Istanbul Convention (on the prevention of domestic violence and violence against women).