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New political realia of contemporary Ukraine call for revising a number of novelties introduced during several previous years in the public administration sphere. One of them is the parliament’s decision adopted in November 2017 to amend legislation, specifically to exclude heads and deputy heads of local state administrations from the list of civil servants. In… » read more

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In the spring of 2018, the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko announced his intention to initiate consolidation at the level of the Constitution of the Euro-Atlantic course of Ukraine. In September 2018, the President introduced to the Parliament a draft law No. 9037. On the Strategic Course of the State towards Ukraine’s Full Membership in… » read more

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Back in 1995, before joining the Council of Europe, Ukraine committed to turn the prosecutor’s office from a punitive body into an institution that complies with European standards. However, only on October 14, 2014, a new Law “On the Prosecutor’s Office” was adopted, which was prepared taking into account most of the European recommendations. Experts… » read more

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On April 26, 2018, the Constitutional Court declared unconstitutional the Law “On All-Ukrainian Referendum”, which was adopted at the time of Yanukovych. The decision of the Constitutional Court to declare the Law “On All-Ukrainian Referendum” unconstitutional has stopped the possibility of conducting manipulative national referenda in Ukraine. Thus, the state remains protected from conducting referenda,… » read more

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