Center for Political Analysis “Observatory of Democracy” offers its unbiased look at the results of the election in the united territorial communities of the Kharkiv region.
July-September 2017 period turned out to be the most reformist during the last five quarters.
On 19 October, Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada approved the draft law No. 6327 “On state financial guarantees for the provision of medical services and medicines,” in the second reading.
The first local elections in united territorial communities proved that the law on local elections needs a complex improvement to guarantee the legal certainty of electoral procedures.
Rostyslav Averchuk, guest editor VoxUkraine, review of the article “West needs to get real on Ukraine” by Roman Sohn and Ariana Gic.
The first local elections in 202 united territorial communities will be held on 29 October 2017.
There were no reformist legislative changes except the pension reform in this period.
How can society influence the authorities? How powerful are these levers of influence?
It is necessary to provide a certain balance between the protection of the state information space (taking into account the Russian aggression) and the provision of specific needs of ethnonational minorities to receive information in their own languages.
Experts of the Razumkov Centre analyse the main events in Ukrainian domestic policy, national security and defence, economy, energy sector and foreign policy.