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Fighting corruption in Ukraine

Personas:Lutsenko (23) Poroshenko (20) judge (13) official (11) Yatseniuk (10) Kholodnytskyi (10) Sytnyk (9) Onyshchenko (Kadyrov) (8) Hroisman (8) Sakvarelizdze (7)
 
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Untestable results of anti-corruption reform

Untestable results of anti-corruption reformIn post-Soviet Ukraine, law enforcement agencies have always interfered in the work of private business in search of corrupt rent or in order to prosecute opponents of the government (more often, both goals were combined). This practice has permeated social relations so much that counteracting the arbitrariness of the security forces and a decisive fight against corruption have become one of the main slogans of the Revolution of Dignity.

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