The application of a measure of restraint in the form of keeping in custody on the basis of a purely formal court decision violates the rule of law. Such a conclusion was made by the CCU in the decision No. 7-p/2019, Case No. 3-68/2018 (3846/17, 2452/18, 3657/18, 347/19), the text of which is published by “Law and Business”.
Only such a thesis can characterize a long bacchanalia with an attempt to reform the criminal process and unsystematic changes to the Criminal Procedure Code. And this despite the fact that for a rather short period of the CPC’s action (compared to the CPC of 1960, which had been in force for more than half a century), more than 50 amendments and additions have been made to this legal act.
The Law “On Privatization of State and Municipal Property” is in effect for 2 months already. It has established new rules for the game and has opened new opportunities for potential buyers and investors. We will try to analyze the some changes and its impact on the implementation of privatization processes.