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The Lustration Council presented in Kiev

The Lustration Council presented in Kiev

The Civic Lustration Council with the Ministry of Justice has been appointed in Ukraine. At a press conference in Kiev its members were introduced, among them was the President of the Open Dialog Foundation, Lyudmyla Kozlovska.

How to use international lustration experience in Ukraine

How to use international lustration experience in Ukraine

Today, all Ukrainian society is waiting for the adoption of the lustration bill, however many parliamentarians do everything to prevent it. One of the ideas proposed by the deputy of the Party of Regions faction, Anna Herman, is to talk about lustration through recourse to international bodies.

Debate on lustration in Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada

Debate on lustration in Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada

Lustration was one of EuroMaidan’s social postulations. Its conduct will help restore people’s trust in the authorities. The Open Dialog Foundation supports reforms in Ukraine by actively engaging in, amongst other things, work on the Act on Lustration.

Yehor Sobolev reveals Ukrainian lustration plans in Paris

Yehor Sobolev reveals Ukrainian lustration plans in Paris

Yehor Sobolev, accompanied by representatives of the Open Dialog Foundation – Lyudmyla Kozlovska, Anastasia Khorna and Anne Souléliac, met with French MPs, officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ukrainian community in Paris, where he talked about lustration in Ukraine.

Yehor Sobolev in Poland

Yehor Sobolev in Poland

Invited by the Open Dialog Foundation and the Institute of National Remembrance, Yehor Sobolev, Head of Ukraine’s Lustration Committee, visited Poland. During his four-day stay (4-7 June) he met with Polish MPs, government officials, journalists and Ukrainians living in Poland.

Yehor Sobolev in Poland

Yehor Sobolev in Poland

Invited by the Open Dialog Foundation and the Institute of National Remembrance, Yehor Sobolev, Head of Ukraine’s Lustration Committee, visited Poland. During his four-day stay (4-7 June) he met with Polish MPs, government officials, journalists and Ukrainians living in Poland.

Polskieradio.pl: Vetting due for Ukraine? ”Old staff are corrupt”

Polskieradio.pl: Vetting due for Ukraine? ”Old staff are corrupt”

The Internet portal polskieradio.pl informs of a meeting by Yehor Sobolev, head of the Ukrainian Vetting Committee, with journalists in Warsaw. During the meeting, Sobolev outlined the vetting model, which – in his opinion – ought to be used and implemented in Ukraine.