What is the reform of the sub-regional level of the administrative and territorial arrangement in Ukraine?

Ideologists of Constitutional amendments propose a two-level local self-government system: hromada and oblast. At the level of the administrative and territorial arrangement it is proposed three levels to remain: hromada, sub-regional and regional levels. However, these are just proposals at the concept discussion level. They will be discussed only after a new text of the Constitutional amendments in terms of decentralization being publicised.

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