The Supreme Anticorruption Court of Ukraine has decided to take to work on 5 September.
The decision was approved by 35 out of 38 judges, according to the Ukrainian News agency.
The date was suggested by the head of the Supreme Anticorruption Court of Ukraine, Olena Tanasevych.
She explained though that it was a "risky step" because the court does not have a proper office, enough rooms for judges and the paperwork has not been finished.
It is unclear how long these procedures are going to take.