In Ukraine ceased to exist, the General Prosecutor’s office. The Agency has a new name — the Office of the attorney General. This innovation is part of a massive reorganization of the Supervisory authority.
It was needed because of the mass discontent of Ukrainians with the work of the Prosecutor General. According to sociological polls of the Razumkov Center, a distrust of the structure was expressed by 70 percent of respondents, RIA Novosti reported.
In a message posted on the Agency’s website, noted that the GPU was politicized, divided into spheres of influence and oriented towards departmental war. It also notes that there are working prosecutors who served the interests of oligarchs, political parties and other influential people in the Ukrainian society. Some simply were enriched using its prosecutorial powers.
while reforms have been carried out re-certification of personnel. After her 55 percent of prosecutors have left the bodies because of the inconsistency of service. In August 2019 as the new General Prosecutor of Ukraine took Ruslan riaboshapka, the former Deputy Minister of justice and Deputy head of the Office of the President of Ukraine. Before that the GPU was led by Yuriy Lutsenko, the former interior Minister in the government of Yulia Tymoshenko and ex-leader of “Block of Petro Poroshenko”.