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06/06 10:11

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Poltava and Kharkiv Oblast Councils awarded the journalists-winners

Полтавська область

06/06 09:52

Дайджест децентралізації на ТК РАДА: Громади - це не тільки про посади, громада - це про якість управління, про якість надання послуг


05/06 22:26

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The MinRegion has publicized drafts of the future rayons of Ukraine. Changes are still possible


05/06 14:21

U-LEAD with Europe with EU support delivered protective kits to hromadas

Програма U-LEAD

05/06 14:13

Typical information card of administrative services – N.B.: changes!


05/06 10:17

On the 120 allegedly liquidated amalgamated hromadas by the numbers, facts and common sense


05/06 09:46

Imposing local taxes and fees – clarification for the local self-government bodies


04/06 14:46

It will be impossible to change the registration place of a utility enterprise unilaterally – the Parliament has adopted the bill as the basis


04/06 14:21

Amendments to the Election Code: the Parliament has supported the bill in the first reading


03/06 11:21

How can hromadas exchange e-documents with the government agencies


03/06 10:09

Local budgets: data for January-April of 2020


02/06 20:05

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A leadership programme for women-politicians of the local and regional level is underway


02/06 17:57

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The MinRegion and a special envoy of the Federative Republic of Germany on reform issues in Ukraine have made sure they are on the same decentralisation page


02/06 15:31

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Online-press-conference «New Rayons in Ukraine: from Quantity to Efficiency»


01/06 20:15

Local self-government reorganization following new rayons formation: the MinRegion has developed the bill


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Every village or city resident has the right to modern healthcare and education, accessible and high-quality administrative, communal, social services, good roads, clean and illuminated streets. Though people can influence the quality of these services only when those responsible for providing them are located nearby. Local self-government bodies, i.e. village, town, city councils and their executive committees, are the closest authorities to people. Therefore, they should have broad powers and sufficient funds to be able to resolve all local issues and bear responsibility for it.

For this purpose, decentralisation takes place in Ukraine – the powers and funds are being transferred from the state authorities to local self-government bodies, thus, as close to people as possible.

The reform has been implemented since 2014 and has already achieved some results you can get acquainted with HERE

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