Government made public draft constitutional amendments on ​​decentralisation

The draft amendments to the Constitution on decentralisation have been published. We have to discuss in a professional way and bring to the public the necessity of the proposed changes, said Vyacheslav Nehoda, First Deputy Minister of Regional Development, Construction, Housing and Communal Services of Ukraine, during the briefing on "Local Elections on a New Territorial Basis: Real or Not?", organised by the Ukrainian Association of Rayon and Oblast Councils.

“The Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman initiated changes to the Constitution in the part of decentralisation. The draft amendments have already been posted on the Governmental portal. I urge all associations of local self-government bodies to discuss it professionally and submit their proposals. We also need to jointly inform people about the necessity of constitutional changes to complete decentralisation, and about its irreversibility. It is very important that the populists and opponents of the reform find it difficult to manipulate, using people's ignorance", said Vyacheslav Nehoda.

The draft constitutional amendments on ​​decentralisation can be read via the link.

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