National Reform Council received a mandate from the President to prepare for radical judicial reform.
On July 3, Law No. 720-IX “On Amendments to Certain Legislative Acts of Ukraine in Connection with the Adoption of the Law of Ukraine “On Amendments to Certain Legislative Acts of Ukraine Concerning Simplification of Pre-Trial Investigation of Certain Categories of Criminal Offenses” (hereinafter – the Law No. 720 ) was published following its adoption on June 17.
In June, 60 MPs missed more than 30% of votes in the Parliament. These were 25 MPs from the Servant of the People faction, 9 non-faction MPs, 8 from the Batkivshchyna, 7 from the Opposition Platform for Life, 4 from the Holos, 4 from the European Solidarity, and 3 from the For the Future.
Draft law No. 3515 contains the threat of non-transparent payments for administrative services.
On its first meeting, the Working Group on Election Code has considered 244 of 3,906 amendments. The information was provided by representatives of Civil Network OPORA, who attended the meeting.
On Tuesday, May 19, the International Centre for Policy Studies presented the document “The year of Zelensky: lost opportunities, training time or preparation for a breakthrough?” in which analysed changes in domestic and foreign policy, economy and governance under the sixth President of Ukraine.
New presidential draft law on judicial reform: running in a circle.
Anastacia Galouchka, ICPS expert in foreign policy and international law, assessed the first year of Zelensky’s foreign policy.
The Civil Network OPORA revealed its position on the Draft Law No 3612 on popular rule through the national referendum.
Oleksandr Marusiak, expert of the Centre of Policy and Legal Reform, prepared an article for BlogActiv.