Zelensky declares some disagreements with IMF over High Council of Justice, Constitutional Court.

President Volodymyr Zelensky has announced a number of disagreements with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) over the High Council of Justice (HCJ) and the Constitutional Court.

"We agree with some things, and with some we do not. As a guarantor of the state, I defend the independence of Ukraine," Zelensky said during his speech at the Ukraine 30. Infrastructure forum on Monday.

"There are many amendments to the laws on the HCJ, the Constitutional Court. We must draft a bill, which the Constitutional Court later recognizes as constitutional. And we understand that some things may be unconstitutional," the president said.

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