Dykanka will become centre of amalgamated hromada covering almost entire rayon

Soon the map of decentralisation for the Poltava Oblast will have one white spot less. The Dykanka Rayon becomes the first one having moved forward among five rayons in the Poltava Oblast without any amalgamated hromada yet. The small victory of the decentralisation reform took place at the last session of the local settlement council. Deputies voted for the decision to start a voluntary amalgamation process with the neighboring village councils. This idea was preceded by the local initiative and public discussion.

“Dykanka can become the first AH in the Poltava Oblast formed by the principle “One rayon is one hromada”. This is the most optimal way to decentralisation for such small rayons. The significant tourist potential for the Dykanska hromada has already been laid by well-known Mykola Gogol. It only remains for his countrymen not to lose their historic chance. The decentralisation reform is not only financial powers, but also a strategic vision for development,” said Iryna Balybina, Director of the Poltava Local Government Development Centre.

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Dykanka will become centre of amalgamated hromada covering almost entire rayon

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