Decentralisation Digest at the RADA TV Channel – how many capable hromadas will be formed in Ukraine

The latest issue of the “Decentralisation. The News Digest” programme, created with support from the Swiss-Ukrainian Project “Decentralisation Support in Ukraine”, is dedicated to the following: the government has approved the first perspective plans of forming regional hromadas. It is planned to form more than 1400 capable hromadas in Ukraine.

The programme also highlights the stance of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Speaker Dmytro Razumkov on the necessity of holding the local election. The Speaker hopes for all the necessary actions to be taken after the quarantine for the regular election to be conducted under the schedule on October, 25, 2020.

The issue also covers topical news from the Ukrainian regions and hromadas.

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