This is yet another year in Ukraine with crackdown on corruption on the agenda. Some MPs have been trying for a rather long time to influence the shaping of anti-corruption policy, but usually those attempts have not been appropriately supported in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.
However, due to efforts on the part of certain parliamentarians and civil activists as well as to support from international partners, key legislative acts incorporating a number of important anti-corruption novelties have been adopted in the past two years. Thus an absolutely new system of law enforcement and investigative bodies was created,enabling citizens to contro public servants through new institutional opportunities: open registers, electronic declarations, etc.
This manual is meant to provide the readers with an insight into the key anti-corruption novelties.
Author: Oleksandr Liemienov
Translated by Andriy Frolkin