Ukrainian civil servants prohibited from criticizing the state

ROMAN PILIPEY

The regulation of ethical behavior for civil servants was signed by Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk in February

The Ukrainian government finally adopted a new “ethical code” for the civil servants and from now on they are prohibited to swear, fight and criticize the government in public


The Ukrainian civil servants are prohibited to swear, fight and criticize the government in public, according to the ethical code adopted by the right-wing Ukrainian government.

According to Reuters the new ethical code was approved on Tuesday while on 23 February, the Ukraine Today website reported that the Cabinet of Ministers had approved the regulation of ethical behavior for civil servants. The administrative regulation, was previously signed by the Prime Minister of Ukraine, Arseniy Yat...


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