Persistent non-payers of alimonies risk getting into the "black list", president's aid on children's rights Yuri Pavlenko told the press, ForUm correspondent reports. 

The official informed that for today there are 16 thousand persistent non-payers in Ukraine, who were ordered by court but still avoid payments.

According to him, the government is considering limiting measures to apply to such people and to force them to pay their debts. Pavlenko reminded that the information about persistent non-payers of alimonies is delivered to the State border service, and such parents cannot leave the country. "If a person has money for a foreign trip, for sure he has money to pay alimonies," he said and added that new measure, namely limitation of rights for banking credit, is under consideration now.

"There is a discussion whether such measure violates the constitutional rights of these parents. I think not," Pavlenko said and added that such measure does not contradict the law on protection of personal data.

In response to ForUm's question whether the "black list" would become public as some sort of the "wall of shame", the official said this issue is under consideration, as it may violate the current legislation on people's rights.


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