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CHESNO Civic Movement

CHESNO Civic Movement

Centre for Democracy and Rule of Law is a co-initiator of CHESNO Civic Movement. CHESNO Civic Movement is independent initiative, founded in 2011 by active civic society participants, aiming at improving the quality of Ukrainian politics.

A garlic bulb was chosen as campaign symbol symbolizing disinfection and victory over the evil in politics.

CHESNO’s campaigns focus on the issues of transparency and responsibility of authorities, integrity of politicians and officials, monitoring the activities of MPs.

Centre for Democracy and Rule of Law provides methodological and legal support to the movement’s activities. The lawyers of CEDEM are involved into the development of methodology of movement’s campaigns; they take part in advocacy events, providing consulting support and ensuring judicial protection of the CHESNO activists.

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Who Should Not Enter the New Supreme Court?

The High Qualification Commission of Judges (HQCJ) has finished considering the opinions of the Public Integrity Council (PIC) on the candidates’ non-compliance with the criteria of integrity and professional ethics. The Commission has afterwards held plenary meetings to award points to each candidate for their level of professional ethics and to draw up the final […]

Results of the Plenary Sessions of the High Qualification Commission of Judges: 66% of the Candidates with Negative Opinions of the Public Integrity Council Still Participate in the Competition

July 17 marked the end of the plenary sessions of the High Qualification Commission of Judges. Within the competition to fill the offices at the Supreme Court, the Commission has scrutinized the opinions of the Public Integrity Council that was in charge of determining whether the candidates meet the criteria of integrity and professional ethics. […]

The High Qualification Commission of Judges Has Taken into Account Less than One Third of Conclusions of the Public Integrity Council: the Results of the First Week of Interviews with the Supreme Court Candidates

On May 10, after an almost two-week break, the High Qualification Commission of Judges continued interviewing the candidates for the offices of judges of the new Supreme Court. During the first week of April 21-28, the HQCJ conducted interviews with more than one third of all the candidates – as a result, 10% of them […]

Ми надаємо безоплатні консультації із юридичних питань у сфері інформаційного та медійного права. Будемо раді поділитися з вами своїм досвідом.

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