The experts of the Financial Monitoring Group of the Central Reform Office under MinRegion analysed the financial performance of 665 AHs over 2018, as reported by Yanina Kazyuk, financial decentralisation coordinator.
Experts analysed the data by four indicators:
own revenues per resident;
level of budgets subsidisation;
share of expenditures on the maintenance of administrative apparatus in the financial resources of the AH;
capital expenditures per resident.
For analysis, as before, 665 AHs were grouped by population:
Group 1 - AHs with a population of more than 15 thousand residents;
Group 2 - AHs with a population from 10 to 15 thousand residents;
Group 3 - AHs with a population from 5 to 10 thousand residents;
Group 4 - AHs with a population of less than 5 thousand residents.
Based on this grouping, experts presented the results of individual indicators’ performance of local budgets of 665 AHs in 2018:
According to the analysis, experts once again emphasise that one of the best options for further development of hromadas with low financial capacities and demographics is their accession to other hromadas and formation of an AH that is larger by area and population number.
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