The secretariat of the President criticizes work of the Supreme Court.
It was declared by the Deputy head of the Secretariat of President Igor Pukshin at a briefing.
"In Ukraine actually there is no Supreme Court... May we speak about fight against corruption when the Supreme Court to order can pass one decision in one case, in other case - opposite", - he told.
Pukshin considers that the Supreme Court will work more effectively if the number of judges is reduced, for example, to 16, and its work will be carried out in a plenary mode.
"The Supreme Court as joint body doesn't consider case. I consider that we need to create the Supreme Court for ensuring uniform practice of application of the legislation", - he noted.
It reminded that now in the Supreme Court there are separate chambers: civil, criminal, state and administrative.
According to information available for it, only in civil chamber 6 thousand affairs with which it can't cope are under consideration.
As it was reported, on June 3 the chairman of the Supreme Court Vasily Onopenko appealed to Yushchenko not to allow acceptance by Rada in two brought Yushchenko' second reading in 2006 of bills of legal proceedings reform.
Onopenko considers as revolution threat possible acceptance by Rada 2-x bills of the judicial reform, brought by Yushchenko on December 27, 2006.
The secretariat considers as the reason of the address of Onopenko fear to lose the individual power in the judicial case.