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 Regulatory agencies to be liquidated by tomorrow, - PM Hroisman announces new regulatory bodies system in Ukraine

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A new system of regulatory bodies will appear in Ukraine.

This was announced by Prime Minister Volodymyr Hroisman at energy conference in Kyiv, Censor.NET reports citing 112 Ukraine TV channel.

"I would like to stress that the government and I as a prime minister do not tolerate any pressure over the business and are ready to protect daily those who still possibly suffer from various regulatory bodies, which will be liquidated by tomorrow, July 1, and we will have a totally new system of regulatory agencies, which will be different from that inherited from the Soviet Union," he said.

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Earlier, Hroisman said that a meeting with the business regarding cases of unlawful pressure would be held.

The prime minister noted that the process of state bodies transformation, stipulated by the September 2014 decree of the Cabinet of Ministers on optimization of the state bodies of the executive branch has not yet been finished. Since the decree was adopted, two of 18 bodies have stopped operation, and five of seven bodies have been opened as stipulated by the decree.

Earlier, Hroisman announced that controlling and regulating agencies have no right to put pressure on business with unfounded check ups.

 
 
 
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