Prime Minister pushes for decentralisation-related amendments to the Constitution of Ukraine

Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman advocates introducing amendments to the Constitution of Ukraine, which would finally establish the right of the hromadas to amalgamate and determine the development of territories, said the Head of Government at the meeting devoted to the decentralisation reform in Ukraine.

"Now we need a new instrument to prolong decentralisation. We need to update the Concept of Local Self-Government Reform, approved in 2014. And our mission is to be the initiator of the process of changes to the Constitution in terms of distribution of powers, subsidiarity, etc.", stressed the Prime Minister.

08.11.2018 - 15:27 | Views: 6420
Prime Minister pushes for decentralisation-related amendments to the Constitution of Ukraine

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