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Ukraine Rows Back On Anti-Corruption Law Putting IMF Aid In Jeopardy

Ukraine Rows Back On Anti-Corruption Law Putting IMF Aid In Jeopardy
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Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko

A decision by Ukraine’s constitutional court to row back on a key anti-corruption law may have repercussions for the country’s relationship with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

This week, Ukraine’s constitutional court rejected an anti-corruption law that would have made the illegal enrichment of officials a criminal act, according to a state news agency. And the decision cannot be appealed…

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