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Ukraine’s new parliament is moving fast but is it getting anywhere?


Ukraine’s new parliament has been in session for more than fifty days and it’s been operating at a frantic pace. The ruling party seems to value speed over substance. It’s hard to keep up with the parliament, which has passed about 70 bills since taking office, so we’ve culled together a list of the best and worst based on conversations with MPs, judges, attorneys, economists, and other experts.

The best things the Rada has done so far:

Passed a package of progressive anti-corruption laws that will protect whistleblowers, relaunch the totally ineffective and pointless National Agency for the Prevention of …read more

Source:: Atlantic Council

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