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Trial of the "Rotterdam+ formula" case requires an impartial prosecutor

On November 18, 2020, the judges of the Court of Appeal of the High Anti-Corruption Court closed the proceeding opened on the complaint of the SAPO prosecutor against the decision of the HACC. Earlier the HACC has decided to reopen the "Rotterdam+ formula" case. The interests of society can be protected only with impartial procedural guidance in the case.

Resistance to anti-corruption bodies is increasing, said Artem Sytnyk

Anti-corruption bodies have increased the pace of their work, which naturally provoked resistance from the corrupt system. The events of recent days are a clear example of this. This is the conclusion of the participants of the presentation of the NGO "Transparency International Ukraine" study on the capacity, management and interaction of the anti-corruption infrastructure held on October 29, 2020.

Corruption system puts pressure on anti-corruption agencies, but civil society has the final say

The work of anti-corruption agencies interferes with a corrupt system. The representatives of the system notice that the real results in fighting against top corruption and cannot accept the fact that they will have to take responsibility for their actions. This was stated by the participants of the public discussion ‘Who is interfered with independent anti-corruption agencies?’ The event was held on September 23, 2020, by the Civil Oversight Council at NABU.