Public initiative “OPORA” made its proposals for the new law “On Elections of Deputies of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, local councils and village, town and city mayors.”

The Centre for Political and Legal Reforms (CPLR) conducted an analysis of the work of the new government. The main conclusion – the government and the coalition are trying to be committed to reforms, but the process is too slow.

In the latest issue of monthly monitoring “Investments in Ukraine” expert of Polissya Foundation for International and Regional Studies, Boris Uvarov, analyzed the investment market in Ukraine as of February 2015.

Civic movement “Chesno”, Center UA, analysed work of the deputies of the new Parliament.

A fresh issues of  “Inside Ukraine” Digest.

The analytical team of public awareness Campaign “Stronger Together”, Centre UA, analysed experience of European countries regarding sources of funding of public television.

Center UA, "Stronger together"

Ukrainian Ministry of Interior is now being criticized for slow reforming process.

The statement refers to the bill passed on February 5 by Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine “On amending certain laws of Ukraine on television and radio in order to protect information space of Ukraine» (№ 1317).


Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting (IER) released a new issue of “Macroeconomic forecast Ukraine”.

The same day Europeans voted for anti-EU, nationalist and populist parties to sit in the European Parliament, Ukrainians elected a pro-European president. Petro Poroshenko – a businessman who speaks good English and is loved by the media doesn’t look like a typical Ukrainian politician. He has promised Ukrainian citizens to work for their European aspirations. With his ascendance to this post Ukraine looks for another fresh start, but there are other, powerful forces at work, and the path is not clear.

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