KYIV (QHA) -

The law "On the Supreme Anti-Corruption Court" came into force on June 14. The document was published on June 13 in the publication "Voice of Ukraine".

Part of the document - "Final and transitional provisions" - will come into force only from the day of the beginning of the work of the Anti-Corruption Court in Ukraine.

The High Anti-Corruption Court will consider crimes under investigation by the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU). At the same time, the damage caused as a result of the corruption crime must exceed by 500 times the size of the subsistence minimum for able-bodied people amounting to 881 thousand hryvnia.

Reportedly, the parliament of Ukraine had considered over 1000 amendments to the bill on the Anti-Corruption Court.

Earlier, the Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groisman said he would resign, if an Anti-Corruption Court is not created in the country.

QHA