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The Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine, Headed By Yurii Lutsenko, Has Turned Into The Torture General’s Office

16 08 / 2016

We invite you to join the protest under the Torture General’s Office on August 17 at 10 o'clock at 13 Reznitskaya street, where the anti-corruption activists together with Avtomaidan and human rights activists will demand Yurii Lutsenko to liquidate the Kononenko-Hranovskyi department of executioners and to arrest the prosecutor Dmytro Sus. Activists will have bags and ropes on their heads, which symbolize that the Prosecutor General’s Office (PGO) has turned from the law enforcement body into torture one, as a few days ago two officers of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) were tortured within the walls of the institution.

ТІ Ukraine: E-declaration System Launch Without Certification is a Fatal MistakeТІ Ukraine: E-declaration System Launch Without A Certification is a Fatal Mistake

15.08.2016

Transparency International Ukraine expressed its indignation at the situation, artificially created around the launch of the e-declaration system. Today’s e-declaration system was launched without a complex system of information protection (CSIP). TI Ukraine holds Leonid Yevdochenko, Head of the State Service of Special Communication and Information Protection (SSSCIP), and Nataliia Korchak, Head of the National Agency for Prevention of Corruption, responsible for this. With their actions, they turned one of the reform’s most important anti-corruption tools into a useless and easily manipulated system. As a result, we are calling for them to step down and retire from public life.

The Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine, Headed By Yurii Lutsenko, Has Turned Into The Torture General’s Office

16 08 / 2016

We invite you to join the protest under the Torture General’s Office on August 17 at 10 o'clock at 13 Reznitskaya street, where the anti-corruption activists together with Avtomaidan and human rights activists will demand Yurii Lutsenko to liquidate the Kononenko-Hranovskyi department of executioners and to arrest the prosecutor Dmytro Sus. Activists will have bags and ropes on their heads, which symbolize that the Prosecutor General’s Office (PGO) has turned from the law enforcement body into torture one, as a few days ago two officers of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) were tortured within the walls of the institution.

ТІ Ukraine: E-declaration System Launch Without Certification is a Fatal MistakeТІ Ukraine: E-declaration System Launch Without A Certification is a Fatal Mistake

15.08.2016

Transparency International Ukraine expressed its indignation at the situation, artificially created around the launch of the e-declaration system. Today’s e-declaration system was launched without a complex system of information protection (CSIP). TI Ukraine holds Leonid Yevdochenko, Head of the State Service of Special Communication and Information Protection (SSSCIP), and Nataliia Korchak, Head of the National Agency for Prevention of Corruption, responsible for this. With their actions, they turned one of the reform’s most important anti-corruption tools into a useless and easily manipulated system. As a result, we are calling for them to step down and retire from public life.

TI UKRAINE RAISES ALARM: E-DECLARATION IS UNDER THE THREAT OF FAILURE

13.08.2016

Timely launch of the system for e-declaration of the officials’ assets is again under the threat. This time because of the actions of the National Agency for Prevention of Corruption (NAPC) and State Service for Special  Communication and Information Protection of Ukraine (SSSCIPU). The Service has still not provided the certificate of information protection for three of five modules of the declaration system, necessary for proper launch of the e-declaration system on August 15. The parties shall make every effort to launch the system in time and comply with the international obligations of Ukraine.

Open Government and Ukraine: is Ukraine Able to Properly Fulfill its Commitments?

21.07.2016

The term of the implementation of the second Action Plan (2014-2015) of the international Open Government Partnership Initiative expired on July 1. In September Ukraine is to prepared to send an official Government and an independent civil society report to the Head of the Initiative’s Committee. Transparency International Ukraine will present the results in the form of infographics.

WHY DO WE NEED TO REFORM STATE FINANCING? VIDEO

07.07.2016

Reforming the mechanism for state financing of political parties allows for enhanced oversight into their financial capabilities and ensures their independence from oligarchs or private financing. This is explained in a video made by the International Foundation for Election Systems (IFES). The senior legal advisor of the Foundation, Denys Kovryzhenko overviews the main provisions of the reform of the dispersion of state financing for political parties, and also explains its 2016 implementation.

WHY UKRAINE CAN DO IT

12.08.2016

I live few hundreds kilometers away from Kiev, Ukraine and this country is indeed close to my heart from different perspectives and various reasons! It is always a great pleasure to take the drive from Chisinau all the way to Kiev and enjoy the beauty of this country. However, the aim of this post is not about this …

What can we oppose the corrupt trust?

25.07.2016

Manfredo Marrokini, who considered to the most famous anti-corruption activist in the world, has a decent CV. 20 years ago he launched a challenge against the organized crime network in the government in his country and established  Transparency International Guatemala. It was then the first NGO loudly declaring on corruption at the top government echelons in Guatemala for the whole world. Ten years of hard work of Marrokini and his team (numerous investigations, researches, reports, conferences) made the UN General Assemble (!) pay attention to the problems in this small country of Central America. In result of the pressure from civil society and international community the Guatemalan government had to sacrifice some of its sovereignty in favor of fight against corruption.

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