Head of Government urged parliamentarians to jointly implement a new stage of decentralisation reform

Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman called on the MPs of Ukraine to unite and adopt the necessary legislative changes, first of all, to the Constitution of Ukraine, which would enshrine the decentralisation successes, its irreversibility and would allow a new stage of the reform. He said this during an “Hour of Questions to the Government” in the Verkhovna Rada, congratulating the parliamentarians on the Local Self-Governance Day, celebrated today, on 7 December.

“Our accomplishments in the decentralisation reform deserve respect. We already have the first results. The reform has given millions of citizens new opportunities. Where amalgamated hromadas are formed, territory development strategies are being developed. And it is pleasant,” said Volodymyr Groysman. “We have fulfilled the tasks that were facing since 2014. Now there is a new stage. It will last approximately 600 days. Let’s enshrine the changes so that nobody can destroy them. I expect that we will be able to make the reform successful and irreversible in this tenure of the Parliament.”

 

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Head of Government urged parliamentarians to jointly implement a new stage of decentralisation reform

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