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11/10 17:36

IMPORTANT! CEC appointed elections in 86 amalgamated hromadas on 22 December


11/10 16:35

ANNOUNCEMENT! ASC opening in Olshanska and Chaplynska hromadas

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11/10 14:56

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Decentralisation: What next? MinRegion and local self-government associations synchronised reform watches


11/10 14:09

Is there ideal structure of amalgamated hromada? Expert discussion abstracts


11/10 13:46

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Million-Hryvnia Hromada. Specialists: battle of Ukrainian and French festivals

Харківська область

11/10 09:36

How does Prysyvaska AH make money? Reportage

Херсонська область

11/10 09:24

How to ensure ASC sustainability and efficiency: expert recommendations

Програма U-LEAD

10/10 18:09

MinRegion recommends that oblasts work on a new administrative and territorial structure in cooperation with local self-government associations


10/10 14:31

How to successfully complete decentralisation: proposals to central government from rayon and oblast councils


10/10 10:23

Decentralisation in figures: new reform monitoring data from MinRegion


09/10 16:33

Cherniyiv and Pidluzhzhia village councils joined Ivano-Frankivsk

Івано-Франківська область

09/10 15:09

Government introduced changes to the list of projects to be implemented at the expense of State Fund for Regional Development


09/10 14:20

Allowances or investments: what is the development path of Carpathian territories in Ukraine?

Закарпатська область

09/10 13:38

Serhii Chernov: It is impossible to stop decentralisation


09/10 12:17

Parliament can pass draft law simplifying the process of approving perspective plans for hromadas’ formation on the whole at once


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