IMF representative in Ukraine Jerome Vacher said in an interview with Livyi Bereh, Censor.NET reports.
Despite indictments being served in certain proceedings, Vacher said, most of the cases get buried in courts. According to him, Ukraine's court system is ineffective and stricken by corruption, while everyone, including the civil society, sees a critical need for anti-corruption courts.
Both the IMF and other international partners of Ukraine back their soonest launch, Vacher noted.
He said the improvement of anti-corruption efforts goes beyond the establishment of such courts, adding acquiring the right to independent tapping by NABU is of utter importance.
Ukraine will not take the path of sustainable economic development if it does not tackle the corruption issue, the IMF representative said.
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