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Civil Participation in Decision Making in the Eastern Partnership Countries Part II: Practice and Implementation
There is the Council of Europe research on six Eastern Partnership Countries. Analytics of Ukrainian law-making process reality was made by the CPLR experts Victor Tymoshchuk and Yevgen Shkolnyi
Since independence in 1991, Ukraine has done little to reform the style of governance created during Soviet rule. New constitutional amendments by President Poroshenko offer the chance to change that. However fears that decentralization will serve big business and separatists in the east mean some in Ukraine want to stall the process. This would be wrong. It is urgent that decentralization proceed in a careful, transparent and participatory way.
Inspection reform is not new to Ukraine. The period 2009-2011 saw a number of important legislative steps in this area. The results of this eagerness to improve the business environment of Ukraine seem to have been mixed, at best.
The first research paper of the international project “Public Administration Reform in Visegrad Countries: Lessons Learned for Belarus and Ukraine”
We are glad to present the publication of the first research paper on the public administration reforms experience of the Visegrad 4 within the project “Public Administration Reform in Visegrad Countries: Lessons Learned for Belarus and Ukraine”. This paper addresses the current status of public administration and its reforms experience in Czech Republic. The document has been produced by the experts of the Asociace pro mezinárodní otázky
CPLR takes part in the international project “Public Administration Reform in Visegrad Countries: Lessons Learned for Belarus and Ukraine”
The project is aimed at helping to build modern and efficient public administration system in Belarus and Ukraine by providing the partner institutions with independent expertise based on experience from Visegrad countries (V4).