Almost 3 million dollars in bribes: what did the investigation say about the corrupt "back office" of the Supreme Court, and what awaits its President?
NABU and SAPO announced that they had uncovered a large-scale corruption scheme involving the Supreme Court. The mass media reported that it considers receiving a bribe of approximately 3 million dollars by the President of the Supreme Court.
No independent CCU: new draft law No. 9225 strengthens the government's control over the Constitutional Court under the guise of European integration
Yesterday, draft law No. 9225 was published on the website of the Verkhovna Rada. It further politicises the procedure for selecting judges of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine (CCU). It should correct the errors in the law adopted at the end of 2022 but instead worsens the already politicised competition for the CCU.
The High Council of Justice will broadcast interviews with candidates for the HQCJ
At the meeting on April 13, the members of the HCJ reviewed the methodology of the selection of candidates for the HQCJ.
More than half of Ukrainians believe that independent international experts should have the casting vote in the selection of judges of the CCU
These are the results of a survey conducted by the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology from February 6 to March 1, 2023, at the request of DEJURE Foundation.
Eight thousand disciplinary complaints: how to organise the work of the new HCJ effectively?
Law 1635-IX provided for the creation of the Service of Disciplinary Inspectors. However, there are problems with the effective functioning of the SDI and the implementation of disciplinary proceedings.