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- Законопроект #4835-д, який пропонує встановити економічний стимул у вигляду «зеленого тарифу» для спалювання відходів, що не відповідає директивам ЄС у цій сфері.
The draft law proposes to amend the Code of Ukraine on Administrative Offenses, the Criminal Code of Ukraine, the Laws of Ukraine “On Elections of the President of Ukraine”, “On Elections of the MPs of Ukraine”, “On All-Ukrainian Referendum”, “On Local Elections”, which will allow protecting the right of citizens to the free expression of will on a legislative basis.
The goal of the draft law is to ensure a high level of protection of human health, especially that of children and youth, as well as implement Ukraine’s commitments under the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC). The objective of the draft law is to improve regulations of the laws that prohibit tobacco consumption in public places, advertising and promotion of smoking, as well as to strengthen the responsibility for such offenses.
Will ensure increase in the efficiency of the state regulatory policy aimed at creating an effective mechanism of state regulation and supervision, reduction of expenses of financial institutions caused by excessive and ineffective state regulation, competition in the financial market, prevention of unscrupulous companies’ operation.
The draft law will allow the NACP to receive direct automatic access to registers and databases, necessary to conduct automatic verification of information specified in e-declarations. The draft law is aimed to improve effectiveness of the NACP work.
The draft law aims to address legislative vacuum which emerged after the abolition of the notorious Kivalov-Kolisnychenko law by the Constitutional Court. The Constitution of Ukraine obligates the state to ensure comprehensive development and functioning of the Ukrainian language in all the spheres of the public life (Art. 10). Moreover, according to Art. 92 of the Constitution, the procedure for the use of languages in Ukraine is determined exclusively by the law.
The draft law aims, in particular: to overcome the undemocratic nature of establishing and organizing the activity of the bar self-government bodies at both national and regional levels; to remove unlawful restrictions that impede access to the profession of lawyer and create corruption risks; to strengthen the guarantees of legal profession and to bring ethical standards of lawyer’s activity in line with the international standards; to ensure the independent administration of the Single Register of Advocates of Ukraine.
It is proposed to delegate the authority to register civil status acts to local self-government bodies. Today, in cities of oblast subordination and in district centers, these powers are retained by the territorial bodies of the Ministry of Justice. Delegation of these powers to local self-government bodies will allow providing these administrative services more efficiently, including through the Center for the Provision of Administrative Services.
The draft law brings respective legislation in line with the Law “On Civil Service”. It provides for the unification of approaches to the civil service in all public bodies and, thus, foresees amendments to around 30 laws of Ukraine.
The draft law aims to promote the development of charitable activities in Ukraine
The draft law aims to introduce a business ombudsman institution in Ukraine on the legislative level as an independent third party assisting business entities in protecting their right to entrepreneurial activity.
The purpose of the draft law is to introduce the Institute of Mediation in Ukraine at the legislative level through the implementation of the best European and global mediation standards. The main objective of the draft law is to determine the legal framework for the provision of mediation services on a professional basis, to extend the practice of amicable out-of-court settlement of disputes to relieve courts from their workload and the ensure a balanced relationship between the mediation institution and the judicial system.
Threats of the week