– Statement of the Civil Network OPORA on Preliminary Results of Observation at the Presidential Election in Ukraine on March 31, 2019;
– Ukraine’s 2019 Election: First Conclusions;
– Black Sea Security: Analytical Magazine;
– Trade Facilitation in Ukraine: Business Assessment and Expectations;
– Administrative Procedure in Ukraine: Ukrainians Need New Rules for Communicating with Officials.
The first round of the presidential elections took place in Ukraine.
UkraineWorld’s first conclusions from the 1st round of Ukraine’s 2019 presidential vote: democracy wins, Russia loses, virtual reality and populism 2.0 win too.
Ukraine, the EU and NATO have found themselves interacted in the situation when Ukraine can not stand against Russia’s current threats without international support, while the EU and NATO are interested in a space of peace and stability within the Ukrainian territory, which will guarantee their own security.
Regular elections of the President of Ukraine on March 31, 2019, took place in the competitive environment and in compliance with basic standards of genuine elections, whereas cases of breaking national law failed to present any constraints for citizens to exercise their right to vote and be elected.
On March 31, 2019, the day of elections of the President of Ukraine, the National Exit Poll-2019 Consortium, which is made up of the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation (DIF), the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology (KIIS) and the Oleksandr Razumkov Economic and Political Studies Center (Razumkov Centre), has conducted the National Exit Poll-2019.
On March 31, Ukrainians go to the polls to elect their sixth president. An openly pro-Russian candidate is unlikely to win. However, Moscow is watching closely and cares about the outcome.
President will appoint at least 69 new judges to the Supreme Court 10 thereof having negative conclusions of the Public Council of Integrity.
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.
The technical mission of the International Monetary Fund has positively assessed the fulfilment of the Stand-By Arrangement conditions.