Formation of the Public Control Council at the SBI has been blocked.
Ruslan Kermach, associate expert at the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation, identified 5 reasons why Zelenskiy is likely to win the second round of the presidential election.
“In the second round, the rhetoric of the incumbent President has changed – he is trying to get more attention to his actions (in particular, staff decisions) from people who did not vote for him in the first round of the elections.
The increase of own oil&gas production is not only a contribution to the energy security of Ukraine but also an opportunity for the development of the economy, of the own energy market.
– Ukraine and the Association Agreement: Implementation Monitoring 2014–2018;
– Energy Transparency Index – 2018;
– Minsk Format, Budapest Plus or Anything Else?;
– The Choice of Kharkiv: How the Region Voted in the 1st Round.
The monthly newsletter of the Centre of Policy and Legal Reform is devoted to the analysis of the state reform, in particular in the areas of parliamentarism and elections, constitutional and judicial reform, civil service, anti-corruption, etc.
Ukraine is still on the frontline of Russian strategies to “weaponise” information and use information as a tool in its a confrontation with the world’s democracies. UkraineWorld analysed this in its publications Words and Wars, Taming the Hydra, as well as in other publications contained in the InfoWars section.
Mykola Sungurovsky, Director of military programmes at the Razumkov Centre, analysed the views of the presidential candidates on the ways to return the occupied parts of Donbas and the Crimea.
DiXi Group presented its new analytical report on key events in the energy sector of Ukraine and the region. The document covers all important developments, major political and business statements in the areas of gas, oil, electricity, renewables, and utility services.