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 Lutsenko voiced PGO's priorities for coming year

Prosecutor General Yurii Lutsenko described changes Ukraine will see after a year of his office.

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"I promise to clean the ranks of people in uniform who seem to live on another planet. I'll need a year for that. During the next 12 months, I pledge and instruct the investigators to take the case against Yanukovych and his cronies to court.

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"I pledge to launch several rounds of operations against Ukraine's mafia structures. I can not tell you the direction of the strike or call names. But today, I was told that a number of interesting people had asked for foreign passports," the prosecutor general said.

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"Turning the prosecutor's office into a European authority is another priority. The reforms, started by the parliament and now by the prosecutor's office, will bring results only in April-May 2017," Lutsenko summed up.
 
 
 
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