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Sergii Chernov, Chairman of Kharkiv Regional Council talked about the necessary algorithm of actions for newly elected local self-government authorities.
During the on-air program “Where is that?” which informs on the process of decentralization and is set up in collaboration with Kharkiv Regional Council and the Public Radio, Sergii Chernov, President of the Ukrainian Association of District and Regional Councils, Chairman of Kharkiv Regional Council stated, that the prospects for establishing a new law “On local self-government in Ukraine” has been long overdue.
Sergii Chernov, President of the Ukrainian Association of District and Regional Councils, was a guest of the Public Radio program “Where is that?” which informs on the process of decentralization, and he told on-air about legislative acts being crucial for local self-government; some of these acts had been made up due to the initiative of the self-government authorities of Kharkiv region.
Sergii Chernov, President of the Ukrainian Association of District and Regional Councils, Chairman of Kharkiv Regional Council submitted letters to relevant ministries and committees of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine aimed at supporting a proposal of Dmytro Liubota, People’s Deputy of Ukraine, on making amendments to the Budget Code of Ukraine.
Sergii Chernov, Chairman of Kharkiv Regional Council, characterized qualitative composition of a newly elected deputy corps which will be working in the council of the VIII convocation.
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