Tymoshenko canceled several decisions of Yanukovych’s government
Which have traces of corruption
The Cabinet of Ministers cancelled a number of decisions of the previous government, which have traces of corruption or violate the Constitution.
According to an UNIAN correspondent, Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko disclosed this to journalists at a news conference after a Cabinet of Minister’s sitting on Wednesday.
“We cancelled the decree, adopted on October 2, 2007, about confirming the statute of the Aircraft Scientific-Industrial Complex named after Antonov. Illegal schemes were lobbied on the basis of this decree”, Yulia Tymoshenko pointed out.
The Prime Minister also informed that they cancelled the decree, signed by the previous Prime Minister, about establishing special limits of costs for buying official cars, furniture, and other equipment for state officials. “We insist that officials’ way of life must become more modest than it was in the times of the previous government. Today we again introduce very strict limits, cancelled by the Yanukovych’s government”, she stressed.
The Prime Minister also informed about canceling a number of other decisions, made by the Yanukovych’s government.