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Maksym Bugriy

Ukraine’s Resilience Strengthens, Though Regional Cohesion Risks Remain

  Situation in Ukraine, Regional diversity, Identity, Ethnic nationality, Nationality
Viktor Musiyaka

The bill on amendments to the Constitution of Ukraine contains many contradictions

  Constitution, Local authorities, Ukrainian parliament
Yuriy Yakymenko

Detention of the Russian military officers is another proof of participation of the Russian regular troops in the events in Eastern Ukraine

  War, Russia, Donbas
Yuriy Yakymenko

The 2014 Election Features and Consequences

  Presidential elections, President of Ukraine, Poroshenko
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Comments of expert

 
Hroisman's government can achieve some success but a breakthrough should not be expected
 Government, President of Ukraine, Early elections, European integration, Economic reforms
 
The partners from a parliamentary majority need to agree on the coalition accord
 Coalition, Ukrainian parliament
 
Appointment of a new prime minister will mean loss of time for reforms
 Government, Yatsenyuk, Economic reforms
 
Avoiding early parliamentary elections would be the top priority for Poroshenko
 Early elections, Ukrainian parliament, President of Ukraine
 
Since the issue of early elections has been delayed, parliament won’t be dissolved
 Ukrainian parliament, Government
 
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  • What are the features of cooperation amongst the Constitutional Assembly, the President, the Parliament, the Constitutional Court of Ukraine and the Venice Commission, and how they can affect the quality of the proposed changes to the Constitution of Ukraine related to justice?
  • What do the proposed changes to the Constitution of Ukraine related to justice witness to?
  • What can the experts and the civil society do to prevent the risks increasing the political dependence of the judiciary in Ukraine after the constitutional reform?
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Sociology

 
Do you agree on the initiative to dissolve parliament and hold early elections?

Do you support the proposed constitutional amendments in general?

How much familiar are you with the content of constitutional amendments?

Did you somehow participate in the discussion of the constitutional amendments?

How much do you trust the following social institutes?

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Judicial reform in Ukraine: condition, problems, possibilities
 
2012 parliamentary elections: MP as seen by the voters
 
The opposition in Ukraine: new conditions, problems, challenges
 
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