During its 5 years of activity, from 2014 to 2019, the RPR Coalition participated in the development and implementation of important reforms for Ukraine.

The most prominent of these are:

 

Rule of law and security

Constitutional reform

  • The institute of constitutional complaint was introduced
  • The unconstitutional Law on the All-Ukrainian Referendum (by Party of Regions) was repealed due to the support of the case to the Constitutional Court of Ukraine

Judicial reform

  • The judicial system was cleared of dishonest judges (including the new Supreme Court) through the work of the Public Council of Integrity and the Public Council of International Experts, and the public control campaign “CHESNO. Filter the court! ”
  • High Anticorruption Court was created

Law enforcement reform

  • A State Bureau of Investigation has been set up to investigate the crimes of high officials
  • Prosecutorial Qualifications and Disciplinary Commission
  • Developing of disciplinary statute for the National Police

Anti-corruption reform

  • A system of new anti-corruption bodies has been created:
    1. National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption (NAPC)
    2. National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU)
    3. Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office (SAPO)
    4. National Agency for Detection, Investigation and Management of Assets Received from Corruption and Other Crimes (ARMA)
    5. The Supreme Anti-Corruption Court (SAC)
  • Electronic declaration of income and property of officials and politicians
  • ProZorro Electronic Competitive Public Procurement System
  • Opening of state databases on owners of real estate, land and vehicles
  • Disclosure of information about the ultimate beneficial owner of the legal entity
  • Accountability of party finances

Media reform

  • Increased access to public information
  • Launch of independent Public Broadcaster
  • Denationalization of print media

National security

  • Implementing NATO standards through the development and monitoring of the implementation of the NATO-Ukraine Annual National Program
  • Strengthening the social and legal protection of veterans
  • Development of the territorial defense system

 

Public administration

 

Electoral reform

  • Election Code which establishes a proportional electoral system with open lists has been approved

Public administration reform

  • Competitive appointment of state officials, differentiation of political and administrative positions in power, creation of directorates in ministries
  • New system of vocational training for civil servants
  • Establishment of Administrative Services Centers and transfer of administrative services to the local level

Decentralization

  • Budget decentralization
  • Voluntary creation of amalgamated territorial communities.

E-democracy

  • Electronic appeals and petitions were introduced
  • E-date – an open portal for monitoring the use of public funds

Municipal development

  • New rules for parking vehicles

 

Economy and sustainable development

Economic reforms

  • Reduction of the single unified contribution base rate to 18%
  • An electronic VAT administration system was introduced, which significantly restricted the activities of conversion centers and taxation sites
  • An electronic VAT refund register was launched, which eliminated corruption in compensation
  • Medium-term budget planning

Energy

  • Program for support of energy efficient measures “Warm credits”
  • Establishment of the State Energy Efficiency Fund and introduction of commercial utility billing
  • Monetization of housing subsidies

Environment protection

  • New environmental impact assessment system implemented to start business with open electronic register in accordance with European standards
  • European Water Management System and launch of the State Water Cadastre

 

Humanitarian development

Health care

  • Transfer of drug procurement to reputable international organizations
  • “Affordable Medication” Program
  • Primary care reform: free choice of family therapist

Education and Science

  • Autonomy for higher education institutions
  • Development and implementation of the “New Ukrainian School” concept

Culture

  • Competitive appointment of heads of cultural institutions
  • New support system for Ukrainian cinematography

National remembrance

  • Totalitarian regimes were condemned and more than 300 historical names of settlements were restored
  • Access to the archives of the Soviet repressive bodies
  • State recognition of participants in the struggle for independence of Ukraine
  • Law on the Functioning of the Ukrainian as State Language

Youth policy

  • Tax-free SMS charity
  • Creation of youth centers
  • Institutional support for youth NGOs