Member of Ukrainian Parliament Valeriy Pysarenko said that the Anti-Corruption Court of Ukraine should become an independent structure, and its judges should work outside the "telephone law" system, which today exists in the pro-government majority.
According to the politician words, it will be the litmus test for international partners, which today financially and politically help Ukraine.
"It will be their assessment of how the parliament fulfills certain agreements and commitments that Ukraine has assumed," - Valeriy Pysarenko said.
The deputy also added that the amendments that he submitted to the Draft Law on the Anti-Corruption Court passed in the first reading should become the basis of the Law.
"They fully comply with the recommendations of the Venice Commission and are adapted to Ukrainian legislation," - he said.
Mr. Pysarenko specified that these are the three main norms:
1. International experts should have a decisive role, not an advisory role in the process of selecting judges.
2. The Chairman of the Supreme Qualification Commission of Judges of Ukraine will be elected among international experts and will have the right to veto decisions of the Bid Evaluation Committee.
3. The Supreme Anticorruption Court should consider cases, exclusively subordinate to the NABU and SAP.