Prime Minister on launch of work of the Anti-Corruption Court: We must restore hope and faith in justice to the people
Approval of the decisions on the launch of the work of the Anti-Corruption Court, the drafts of which have been submitted to the Verkhovna Rada and are awaiting for consideration during a session at the next plenary week, will allow us to restore faith in justice to the citizens in Ukraine, while trust in the ability of the authorities to adopt crucial decisions for the country - to the investors and partners. This was stated by Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman during A Question Time for the Government at the Verkhovna Rada.
"We must avoid the dangers of making the mistakes that were made before. The very concept of justice is important here. Citizens want it to be made clear: if you steal you will be jailed, if you mistook government finance for your own, you will be jailed", stressed Volodymyr Groysman. "We have to restore hope that we are capable of making decisions enabling us to adjust the rights of all stakeholders and bring justice."
The PM highlighted that the adoption of the draft law on the work of the Anti-Corruption Court is, in essence, a great impetus for further changes. Addressing the parliamentarians, the Head of Government noted: "It will be a strong message for the people that justice will be restored. We will show investors and partners that we are committed to fighting corruption. We have nothing to fear. We must abide by law and everything will be fine. Let's demonstrate the ability to approve decisions aimed to make our life fair. Along with a strong economy, we will build a strong state governed by the rule of law."