Halyna Chyzhyk: The Public Integrity Council doesn’t have its views on the notion of integrity…

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On October 24-25, 2017, a conference “Competition to the New Supreme Court: Best Practices, Lessons Learned, and Prospects” has been conducted in Kyiv. The event has lasted for 2 days, and was divided into 8 thematic sessions. A number of media, including “Sudova Pravda”, began publishing the key theses of the participants of the discussion at each of the sessions….

Media Review: Fighting corruption is a myth that is used for self-enrichment

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Olesia Myroshnychenko, Resonance When the members of the European Parliament state that they are “troubled with the incompleteness of the Ukrainian judicial reform and the fight against corruption”, this is a bit humiliating, because in other words it means: “We know that everyone in your country is stealing and you do not punish anyone for it. We will not cooperate…

The activity of the Public Integrity Council is just a bubble: the new Supreme Court was criticized before it actually started to work

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On September 28 at the press center of the Gorshenin Institute, the round table on “The new Supreme Court: what is going on behind the scenes of the so-called “transparent” competition?” was held. The speakers were Mykhaylo Zhernakov, the head of the DEJURE Foundation, a member of the Council of Resuscitation Package of Reforms; Halyna Chyzhyk, a lawyer of the…

The High Qualification Commission of Judges of Ukraine is sick of the destructive position of activists. The official answer

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According to the press service of the HQCJU, the activists of the Public Integrity Council inadequately performed in fulfilling their responsibilities. In particular, “in 17 cases the Public Integrity Council used unreliable sources of information. At least in 21 cases the Public Integrity Council has resorted to reassessing the court decisions on candidates which the Public Integrity Council wasn’t empowered…

How to earn and to do nothing – let’s become activists!

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If you want to earn a decent amount of money, for example 600 thousand hryvnias in a year, then it makes sense to become a public activist. Apparently, someone still thinks that a public activist is a kind of an altruist who works very hard, without looking for profit or popularity, but only for the common good. But, unfortunately, today…

The activist Roman Maselko is looking for talents. Anticorruption ones…

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“ATTENTION! An interesting and important work! The National Anti-Corruption Bureau began to work at full capacity”, if one thinks that this is a quotation from the media of the far October 2014 when the legal-and-regulatory acts on the establishment of NABU were first adopted, or at least of April 2015, when the Bureau actually started to work, then he is…

Legal Battle: Oleksiy Kot told Mykhaylo Zhernakov about the judicial reform

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A managing partner of Antika Law Firm, a member of the Judicial Reform Council, a lawyer, Doctor of Law Oleksiy Kot shared his impressions of the judicial reform and the role of various activists. Today it is extremely difficult to find an active Ukrainian who does not know that the country is undergoing a judicial reform. Its main stage –…

NABU detectives kick women lawyers and activists don’t care about it

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The case with the lawyer Alina Samarets, who on September 20, 2017, in the premises of the remand center was beaten by Pavlo Yershov, the detective of NABU, is hard to be called normal, but it, unfortunately, was quite predictable. Not least because detectives feel absolute impunity on the part of both their own leadership and the public. And the…

Activists: criminals or patriots?

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In Ukraine, in 2017, a new wave of people’s “activity” took place, during which they actively and aggressively got rid of all things connected with Russia and boycotted those who “supported the aggressor”. Pop music and Russia The first on an activists watch list appeared to be Ukrainian and Russian artists. The activists imposed certain conditions that the Russian artists…