According to research carried out last year by the international human rights group Transparency International on the extent of corruption in countries around the world, the courts, parliament and law enforcement agencies in Ukraine are considered to be the most corrupt institutions. On the opposite, our closest neighbours – the Poles – have put the highest figures before the courts and parliament. The legal systems of the two countries are also identical in many respects. How about the difference? check it out for more info.
In Ukraine, a large-scale judicial reform has started to increase the level of openness of the disposal of legal proceedings and the level of training of judges, as well as to speed up proceedings, without regard to the nature of the verdicts taken. In view of this, the Supreme Rada passed the Law on the apparatus of courts and the status of judges, which came into force in early August.
Ukrainian tariff adjustments in the fields of housing and municipal services (housing and municipal services) occur at an enviable frequency – virtually annually. And every time Ukrainians speak: here only a little bit, still slightly and finally the payment for housing and municipal services will be proven economically, and the standard of services will rise to unknown heights!
According to the press service of the Ministry of Emergency Measures of Ukraine on Saturday, the number of hospitalised lodgers of the house-boarding school for people with defeat of the central nervous system in the Nezhin region of Chernigov, for which the virus infection is diagnosed, has increased to 15 people.