What Ukraine’s Supreme Court bribery scandal means
24 May 2023 | 10:13 am
Ukrainian authorities have cracked down on corruption at the highest level of the country's judiciary. Experts say that while the case reveals just how deep the problem goes, it's also a step in the right direction.
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