LPR to develop law system focusing on eliminating curruption - Pasechnik
LUGANSK, March 14 (Lugansk Media Centre) – The LPR People's Council should develop and improve laws focusing on fighting corruption, said LPR acting head Leonid Pasechnik speaking at today's meeting of the Republican Council of the Mir Luganschine social movement.
"I have had meetings with all parliament's committees; we have discussed all issues related to adoption of laws. I hope the main principle has been understood – we are going to develop the existing laws with the focus on fighting corruption," he said.
Pasechnik noted that the basic principle of all current draft laws is to eliminate "any kind of corruption".
Earlier the acting LPR head said his top priority was to withstand corruption.
LPR acting head Leonid Pasechnik has announced his contention for the Republic's leadership at the upcoming elections scheduled for autumn 2018.
Mir Luganschine is the largest social movement in the Republic. It was established prior to elections to LPR People’s Council on 2 November 2014. The main goals of the movement are fighting fascism and heading towards the Russian World.
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