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Proposals of the RPR Concerning the Agenda of the
Plenary Week April 17-20, 2018

Priorities of the week

  • Appoint professional and untainted members of the Central Election Commission.

The draft law aims at granting a right to non-state pension funds with the status of non-profit organizations to be included (and not excluded) in the Registry of Non-profit Institutions and Organizations without the need to amend their status.

To adopt as a basis

The draft law aims to ensure functioning of an effective tool for combating “patent trolling” by introducing a process of administrative appeal against granted industrial design certificates (“post-grant opposition”). It complies with the requirements of the Association Agreement on bringing the laws of Ukraine on the protection of trademarks and industrial designs in line with the EU legislation.

The draft law aims at increasing the level of social protection of foreigners or stateless persons who undergo a military service in the Armed Forces of Ukraine; introducing an equal one-time financial payments for all of the military servants in the Armed Forces in case of death, disability or partial disability without having to define particular type of disability.

The draft law is designed to strengthen the rights of creditors, including banks, which are in legal relations related to mortgage (surety and pledge), at the stage of foreclosure on the collateral in particular. It regulates the legislative gaps used by the debtors to avoid fulfillment of their obligations.

Threats of the week

  • Draft law 6681, which contradicts the standards of Council of Europe regarding the guarantees for the editorial independence of public broadcasting.
  • Draft law #4835-d, which proposes to set an economic stimulus in a form of “green tariff” for waste incineration that is not in compliance with the EU directives.
  • Draft law #4836, which introduces double taxation for packaging manufacturers.
  • Draft law #4837, which envisages establishment of territorial monopolies in the sphere of waste management and selection of a contractor on the non-competition basis.