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Weekly Political Points: People’s deputies requested the Constitutional Court to abolish e-declaration for activists
Weekly Political Points: Solving the problem of judicial impunity and dependence is impossible without unification of disciplinary practice with regard to judges
Fighting corruption by touch, or why Ukraine still does not have an Anticorruption Strategy for 2018-2020
The main priorities of the state anticorruption policy in Ukraine should be defined in a special regulatory act – the Anticorruption Strategy.
In 2018 the Centre of Policy and Legal Reform achieved the highest rating of financial transparency – got 5 stars according to a globally non-profit initiative Transparify (Georgia). Transparify has rated nearly 100 think tanks as highly or broadly transparent on their levels of financial disclosure. The final list 2018 has included 67 Think Tanks with 5-star transparency, 6 Think Tanks from Ukraine.
Digest for May-June 2018 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
Weekly Political Points: CPLR calls on to resolve problems caused by the poor preparation of certain provisions of the Law on the Anticorruption Court; The President signed the Law on the Disciplinary Statute of the National Police.
Research report: “Capacity of the Judiciary System to Ensure Justice In the Armed Conflict in Eastern Ukraine”
Executive Summary of the research of the Judiciary System to Ensure Justice In the Armed Conflict in Eastern Ukraine
Executive Summary of the research report “Capacity of the Judiciary System to Ensure Justice In the Armed Conflict in Eastern Ukraine”
The monthly newsletter of the Centre of Policy and Legal Reform is devoted to the analysis of the state reform, in particular in the areas of parliamentarism and elections, constitutional and judicial reform, civil service, anti-corruption, etc. The purpose of the publication is to raise the awareness among citizens and to strengthen their ability to influence the state authorities in order to accelerate democratic reforms and establish proper governance in Ukraine
Weekly Political Points: why is the public afraid that the results of the audit of NABU can be used to dismiss its director?