Prime Minister presented key draft laws prior to the new political season
The Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman, prior to the launch of the new session of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, held a meeting of the Government, where he presented important draft laws that require prompt adoption by the Parliament this fall and announced new principles for cooperation with theVerkhovna Rada of Ukraine.
Pension reform (Draft laws – №6614, №6615, №6616, №6617).
Draft laws are being prepared for the second reading, which will allow to recount the pensions of more than 5,6 million citizens and to index the pensions for about 4 million citizens.
Educational reform (The draft law No. 3491-d)
The adoption of the educational reform stipulates for the introduction of new principles of teaching and management of schools, provide schools with greater autonomy in the disposal of financial resources and the formation of an educational process.
Medical reform (Draft laws No №6327, №6604)
The healthcare reform encapsulates the creation of a modern health financing model in the country. This will allow the patient to choose a doctor and hospital, regardless of the place of registration.
Electronic Trust Services (The draft law No. 4685).
The bill envisages the introduction of electronic tools that will ease doing business and provide additional opportunities for citizens and enterprises based on the use of new technologies.
International Financial Reporting Standards (The draft law No. 646-d).
The bill is aimed at strengthening Ukraine’s index in the ease of doing business, ensuring the inflow of direct investments and establishing transparency of financial records of companies.