Parliament should consolidate efforts and vote for drastic reforms. The
legislative framework of the pension, healthcare reform, affordable medicines,
support of housing subsidies, reforms on decentralization as well as on energy
efficiency requires discussion and prompt adoption of consolidated decision.
This was stated by Vice Prime Minister/Minister of Regional Development,
Construction, Housing and Utilities Hennadii Zubko at the meeting of the conciliation council at the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.
question is a land reform. Bill №4355 (“On amendments to some legislative acts
of Ukraine on extension of powers of local governments on land administration
and strengthening control of use and protection of lands”) ought to be
supported by Parliament: take away the land from the officials and give it to
local authorities. This bill is being discussed for a year and a half in
Parliament, and it must be adopted. Land
is the thing that now community is lacking. Another important
bill № 4773 (“On amendments to the Budget Code of Ukraine regarding voluntarily
joining territorial communities”). This will offer an opportunity to
transfer to direct allocations from the state budget for all consolidated
communities recognized as wealthy,» stressed the Vice
Hennadii Zubko drew attention to the fact that there had been
developed a roadmap for energy efficiency in the country aimed at reducing
energy consumption. "Support bills that are in the second reading, inter
alia laws regarding energy efficiency, a draft law on “Housing and Communal
Services”, a draft law "On Commercial Accounting of Utility Services” as
well as tools designed to provide technical and financial support to our
citizens: a draft law "On Energy Efficiency Fund” and a bill "About Energy Efficiency of
Buildings”, underlined the Vice Prime Minister.
Prime Minister stressed the importance of adoption of legislative package
regarding environmental policy, information policy, strengthening of cyber
security, civil service, as well as tax policy. "We count on constructive
cooperation during this plenary session!,” underlined Hennadii Zubko.