The laws on general administrative procedure primarily aim to protect a person from arbitrariness by public servants.
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The CPLR Constitutional law project manager Yulia Kyrychenko participated in a public discussion ‘Judiciary reform in effect: what changes should citizens, judges and lawyers wait for?’ in Dnipro city on December 27-28, 2016
One of the areas of the CPLR activity is a combating corruption, and the CPLR experts have implemented a project ‘Monitoring of implementation and awareness of new rules of political party finance’ from October to December of 2016. Its results are placed on the Monitoring Report.
A competition to fill the vacancies of State Secretaries have not finished yet, but infosphere is full of an information about a ‘treacherous conduct’, ‘revenge’. etc. Even separate ministers protested against working with selected candidates.
Press-conference ‘The latest threats of members of Parliament initiative concerning changes of policy financing rules: the essential threats’ on 20 December of 2016
Experts of CPLR and IFES held a press-conference and told public about some risks of the Draft Law ‘On amendments to the Law of Ukraine ‘On political parties in Ukraine’ concerning an improving of government financing of political parties’. Initiators are the members of Parliament R.Knyazevych, O.Chernenko. I.Suslova, N.Novak (the faction of the Party ‘Block Petra Poroshenka’), who laid it before the Verkhovna Rada on 24 November of 2016.
On 17-18 December of 2016 civil society activists discussed some possibilities to influence on the central and local authorites effectively
It is a reminder that from April to June CPLR has delivered training of 5 directs: a decentralization and a local authorites; an improving a quality of administrative services; a police reform; a judicial reform; an anti-corruption expertise.
Last year has been a decisive one for the launch of a full-fledged judicial reform. The Constitution was amended, new laws “On Judiciary and Status of Judges”, “On Superior Council of Justice”, and two laws relating to the enforcement of judgments were adopted. After these came into force, the High Qualification Commission of Judges announced the competition to the new Supreme Court
DRI’s briefing paper about meetings and relevant legislation was written jointly with the experts Roman Kuybida and Maksym Sereda from the Centre of Policy and Legal Reforms (CPLR)
Mykola Khavronyuk presented results from his Report subsequent to the results of statutory regulation of combatting corruption analysis in a system of justice
On the 30-th of March in 2017 Director of Scientifically development of the CPLR Mykola Khavronyuk took part in the event ‘A judicial power is free from a corruption: Presentation of results of the statutory regulation of combatting corruption analysis in a system of justice concerning to be in congruence with principles of independence and accountability of judges’
On the 13-th of April in 2017 a press-breakfast was hold and devoted to a comprehensive assessment of action items for anticorruption policy, which governmental authorities realized in 2016. Brief news, received during the analysis
On 27-th of April in 2017 the CPLR and Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine with government office for government services and RPR with support of the International Renaissance Foundation held a conference, devoted to an administrative reform.