What should be the new Budget Resolution 2018-2020, so that it would become the first brick in the fundamental changes in approaches and responsibilities for the formation of budgetary policy?
The Civil Network “OPORA” continues to monitor the work of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. It has assessed 27 Parliamentary Committees in order to facilitate their transparency.
The formation of a party system is widely regarded as a key to successful and sustainable patterns of democratisation. In this essay examines the evolution of the party system in Ukraine, focusing on the extent to which the Euromaidan has addressed previous problems and weaknesses.
Today, one of the most successful “assets” in the government’s activity is the decentralization reform.
On June 6, the Rada is set to vote on 3 candidates for the position of the Ombudsman. However, the future of Ukraine’s human rights authority is under jeopardy since the candidates are seen to be political appointees.
Parliament simplified the rules for the employment of foreigners. Will this help to attract specialists to Ukraine?
On 20 April, the Central Scientific Experts Office (CSEO) has published it’s opinion on the draft Law of Ukraine on Making Amendments to Some Laws of Ukraine (concerning electoral rights of internally displaced persons and other internal mobile citizen groups), co-authored by experts of the Civil Network OPORA.
On 17 – 23 March 2017 , the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation conducted an expert survey on victories and defeats of the President Petro Poroshenko during his third year in office and summarized recommenadtions of the experts regarding the next steps.
Assessment of Ukrainian government performance in 2016 and ‘public’ vote on better performing ministers under Groysman and Yatsenyuk.