Groysman promises to resign if Rada fails to vote for anti-corruption court

Groysman promises to resign if Rada fails to vote for anti-corruption court

Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman intends to resign if the Verkhovna Rada does not take a final decision on creation of an anti-corruption court.

Groysman said this at a joint briefing with Verkhovna Rada Speaker Andriy Parubiy at the parliament, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

"I, as the Prime Minister of Ukraine, have made a decision: if such an independent court is not created, I will step down from office of the Prime Minister of Ukraine," Groysman said.

According to him, the fight against corruption cannot be successful without the creation of an anti-corruption court. "Today, the key task is the opportunity for creating such a court for Ukrainians: the renewal of trust inside the country is the international trust as well. I am deeply convinced that this issue is crucial," the Head of Government added.


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