On November 9, The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted the law “On Housing and Communal Services” that distinguishes the duties and rights of providers and consumers of the aforementioned services.
Only approximately 20% of Ukrainians are sufficiently informed on the implementation process of key reforms in Ukraine. Half of the population has “heard something” about them but would like to
In the Armed Forces of Ukraine, it is planned to reform military commissariats into Territorial Recruiting and Social Support Centres. Currently, this experimental attempt is carried out in Chernihiv and
On October 27, 2017 the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and the European Union negotiated two cooperation agreements aimed at supporting the adoption of reforms in Ukraine. The documents were
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Background The Constitution (June 28, 1996) regulates the rights, freedoms, and duties of a person and a citizen, holding of elections and referendums, the activity of the Verkhovna Rada, the
Background When it comes to judicial authorities, the Ukrainians have almost the same associations – skepticism, distrust, and sometimes disappointment. It is not surprising because, despite the fact that the
Background In 1991, after the dissolution of the Soviet Union, Ukraine gained capable army with a relatively modern armament and developed infrastructure: about one million military servicemen, more than twenty
Preconditions For almost seven decades the Ukrainian people had been living in conditions of political monopoly. Elections in the USSR were held as voluntary-compulsory practice and were not a civic