Groisman outlines five priority reforms to be approved this autumn
30.08.2017 16:18 "Agro Perspectiva" (Kyiv) —
As of today, while speaking within a Cabinet meeting, Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groisman has said the Ukrainian parliament this autumn should approve five priority packages of bills on pension, education, healthcare reforms and the reforms in the ease of doing business in Ukraine, Ukrinform reports.
«We’ve prepared an agenda that we will offer jointly with the coalition and the President for adoption at the next session of the Ukrainian parliament in autumn… We’ve outlined five priority packages of bills that are in the parliament and need final approvals or approvals at first reading,» Groisman admitted.
As to him, these packages of draft laws concern five reforms - that is, pension, education, healthcare reforms, issuance of electronic permits (that will ease doing business within Ukraine), as well as international standards of financial reports.