Some positive developments have taken place in the legislation concerning the energy sector, public finances, the monetary system and the sphere of governance.
According to the Global Gender Gap Report for 2016, presented by the World Economic Forum, Ukraine ranks 69th in the gender equality index (in the ranking among 142 countries).
August 15 marked a year from the official start of work of the National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption (NAPC).
The country urgently needed health care reform. It can be successfully launched only by a large team, including the Ministry of Health of Ukraine, legislators, experts, and the public.
iMoRe remains low: there was a minor progress in reforming business environment and monetary sector during this period
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VoxUkraine starts to publish quarterly reviews of the reforms. This is the first publication.
The index for monitoring of reforms (iMoRe) remains low: insignificant positive developments were recorded only in reforming the monetary sector and the business environment.
The Constitutional Court of Ukraine remains weak, docile and inefficient; now it is also paralysed in its new responsibilities. It is therefore urgent that a new law on the Constitutional Court be drafted, consulted on and adopted.