As reported by Censor.NET correspondent, presentation of the project was held at the Ukrainian Crisis Media Center July 14.
The purpose of the project is to control the activities of judges, their professional skills, and compliance of property they own with their income.
PROSUD is a kind of database of Ukrainian judges. As of today, it includes files of 7,766 people.
A judge's profile will include the following data: the property status of a judge and his/her family (based on the tax return), the tax return itself, performance indicators (number of cases reviewed, number of complaints), pictures of place of residence and other assets.
Automaidan activists emphasize that all information is taken from open sources and carefully checked.
According to the Automaidan project participant Kateryna Butko, some information cannot be found in open sources, such as performance and other indicators of particular judges. The activists request Higher Qualification Commission of Judges to submit such information.
In addition, anyone can post information on a judge using an option on the website. It will be published if confirmed.
Information potentially serving as a proof of judge's corrupt activities will be submitted by the Automaidan activists to NABU, Higher Qualification Commission of Judges, and High Council of Justice of Ukraine. The activists promise to monitor progress of investigation of these cases.
"The more judges will be monitored, the better. I mean judges and law enforcement officers. There's no such thing as too much control...," Chairman of the Board of Anti-corruption Action Center NGO Vitalii Shabunin noted during the launch.
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