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Arseniy Yatsenyuk calls on to create State Investigation Bureau and deprive Prosecutor General's Office of investigation functions
02.11.2015 | 09:31
Information and Communication Department of the Secretariat of the CMU

"We need to deprive the Prosecutor General's Office of investigation functions and create a new independent State Bureau of Investigation," underlined Arseniy Yatseniuk in Ten Minutes on Sunday, November 1.

Arseniy Yatsenyuk said that “there are crucial laws for the Ukrainian state” on the agenda of the Parliament, which will start its work next week.

"We need to adopt the budget for next year. And the Government's position is as follows: the budget must be adopted simultaneously with tax reform, and not vice versa," the Prime Minister pointed out.

Arseniy Yatsenyuk also stressed the need to complete the adoption of laws on visa-free regime for citizens of Ukraine in order to travel to the European Union.

"We finally have to start the process of transparent and fair competitive privatization in the country," he emphasised.

In addition, it is necessary to adopt a new radical judicial reform in Ukraine, he said.

"Our country faces too much of such priorities. And our further success hinges on our joint actions. The stronger we are, the more we are united and confident of the correctness our steps, the better outcome will be for the country and for every Ukrainian," highlighted Arseniy Yatsenyuk.

"We are facing a lot of tasks as to further reforms in the country. And this requires political unity and political responsibility," the Prime Minister noted.


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