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KIEV, November 25./TASS/. Ukrainian parliamentarians have set up an anti-corruption group to fight corruption in the parliament, a deputy from the parliamentary faction of the Pyotr Poroshenko Bloc said on Wednesday.
According to the parliamentarian, Mustafa Nayem, Anticorruption Platform will bring together 15 parliamentarians from the Pyotr Poroshenko Bloc. The task of the group was to fight corruption in the parliament and exercise parliamentary control over the activity of the executive powers, he wrote on his Facebook page.
"We have decided to create our foothold, our own circle of people, whose joint effort will do more good than individual cries, publications and demarches," Nayem said.