How Did the Government Lose UAH 26 Million in Court?

Kateryna Ryzhenko for LB.ua. Over 120 objects of movable and immovable property of total value of over half a billion UAH can now be neither sold nor used for making budget funds. As the result, the…

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Fourth Workshop in the Series “Control Budgets, Monitor Procurement” Held in Ivano-Frankivsk

The team of the Transparent Cities project held the fourth workshop from the “Control Budgets, Monitor Procurement” series in Ivano-Frankivsk on May 21-22. Together with activists, journalists and active citizens, they talked about budgeting process at…

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Transparency International Ukraine is Concerned about Possible Criminal Prosecution of Anti-Corruption Action Center Representative

Registration of the criminal proceeding involving member of the board of CSO Anti-Corruption Action Center Oleksandra Ustinova and her husband can be viewed as pressure on anti-corruption organizations. TI Ukraine considers the information on AntAC representative…

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Anti-Constitutional Nature of Decision Disputing Procedure in Selection of Anti-Corruption Judges Greatly Exaggerated – Yaroslav Yurchyshyn

“Yaroslav Yurchyshyn for “Ukrainska Pravda” Ukraine reached the home stretch in the race of providing legislative framework for the Anti-Corruption Court. Ukraine and its international partners (Venice Commission, International Monetary Fund and others) have effectively reached…

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We Recommend to Support a Number of Amendments to Draft Law 7440 “On Anti-Corruption Court”

Having analyzed 1925 amendments suggested by MPs to the draft law, Transparency International Ukraine recommends the Parliament to support a number of constructive suggestions. The list of amendments has been compiled by Maksym Kostetskyi, lawyer with…

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15 Injections of Common Sense | Blog by Maksym Kostetskyi

Maksym Kostetskyi, The Insider Recently, I got together with an old friend I hadn’t seen for a few years in one of Kyiv’s dining establishments. Of course, among other things, we started talking about work. Of…

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Third Workshop in the Series “Control Budgets, Monitor Procurement” Held in Kyiv

The team of the Transparent Cities project held the third workshop from the “Control Budgets, Monitor Procurement” series in Kyiv on May 14-15. Together with activists, journalists and active citizens, they talked about budgeting process at the…

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Ukroboronprom makes unprecedented move by announcing bona fide international financial audit tender

On Saturday, 12 May, the state-owned defence company Ukroboronprom posted an updated tender for a consultant on the e-procurement platform Prozorro. Ukroboronprom is now bound to an independent financial audit in line with international standards. The…

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Transparency International Ukraine Urges MPs to Vote for Anti-Corruption Court ASAP and Unblock IMF Tranche

The Ukrainian chapter of the global anti-corruption network Transparency International considers further stalling of the draft law on the anti-corruption court dangerous. Delays with passage of the law endangers Ukraine’s further collaboration with the IMF and…

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TI Ukraine Has Completed Implementation of the Project “Make the City Transparent, Take Part in Governance”

TI Ukraine, in collaboration with the Center for Democracy and Rule of Law, as part of the project Strengthening RPR Coalition, implemented with the support of the European Union, has completed the implementation of the project “Make…

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