Reforms in Ukraine: Registration of legal and physical entities assigned to local governments, banks and notaries

Ukrainska Pravda, posted in Reforms in Ukraine, which collects and posts all reforms in Ukraine since the Maidan revolution
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine

Reform enacted by: Parliament of Ukraine [Verkhovna Rada]

The Parliament adopted one of the laws on decentralization – regarding the state register of enterpreneurs and community groups.

Law 2983 was voted in by 247 ministers of Parliament.

“The main idea is to move away from a rigid bureaucratic vertical which currently exists in the Justice Ministry, towards a delegation of administrative functions to local bodies,” explained the head of the profile committee, Viktor Galasyuk.

According to Groisman, this law will finally eliminate bureaucracy in the administrative services system.

“This law will put an end to the idiotic post-Soviet system of administrative services. A system where everything is decided by special privileges will be destroyed,” said the Speaker.

According to the Minister of Justice, the law will allow entrepreneurs to get other services and to avoid queues at registration.

He said that the reform will transfer funds of over 1billion UAH to local bodies.

The law transfers the authority to provide administrative services in the sphere of state registration of legal entities and individual entrepreneurs to local governments, local state administrators, notaries and banks.

Source: Ukrainska Pravda
Reforms in Ukraine 


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