The majority of Ukrainians are in favour of continuing decentralisation, according to polling

The majority of Ukrainians (68.3%) consider it necessary for the new government to continue implementing local government reform (decentralisation). These are the results of the survey of the sociological research 'Reforms in Ukraine: changes for the better or imitation of progress' conducted by the Gorshenin Institute in cooperation with the Representative Office of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Ukraine, which were voiced by Natalia Klauning, Director of Communications at the Gorshenin Institute, during panel discussion.

According to her, 28.7% of respondents support the full continuation of the reform that is already being implemented. At the same time, 39.6% of respondents expressed the opinion that the decentralisation reform should be continued with certain changes.

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Яна Бондаренко
31.01.2020 - 13:46
Ми проти приєднання отг до міст. Фінансування буде забирати місто, а села знову вимруть як при районі!!!!!
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