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President will appoint at least 69 new judges to the Supreme Court 10 thereof having negative conclusions of the Public Council of Integrity.

22 march 2019

Ukrainian Law Enforcement Reform Digest №11: January-February 2019

Digest is dedicated to the process of reform of law enforcement authorities in Ukraine, first of all of police, prosecution authorities, State Bureau of Investigation and criminal justice legislation.

20 march 2019

Political Points of the CPLR for 11-18 March

Draft law aimed at establishment of the dependence of judges and legalization of unfaithful conduct has been introduced to the Parliament and other news.

19 march 2019

Administrative procedure in Ukraine: Ukrainians need new rules for communicating with officials

The laws on general administrative procedure primarily aim to protect a person from arbitrariness by public servants. 

18 march 2019

Newsletter #15 (January-February 2019)

The monthly information bulletin of the Centre of Policy and Legal Reform (CPLR) is dedicated to the analysis of state reforms, in particular in the areas of parliamentarianism and elections, constitutional and judicial reforms, civil service, anticorruption, etc.

15 march 2019

Media Invite. March 18. Expert discussion “Ensuring the independence of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine: necessary steps”

On Monday, March 18, the Centre for Policy and Legal Reform jointly with Reanimation Package of Reforms will hold an expert discussion “Ensuring the independence of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine: necessary steps”.

13 march 2019

JUDICIAL INNOVATION: are the courts moves with the time?

We decided to find out what innovative measures are being used by the courts to improve the comfort and convenience of using court services.

12 march 2019

Political Points of the CPLR for 4–11 March

More than 20% of the candidates questioned by the public may be appointed to the Supreme Court.

5 march 2019

Political Points of the CPLR for 25 February - 4 March

Article of the Criminal Code on illegal enrichment was recognized unconstitutional by the Constitutional Court.