More than 1.5 million people signed a petition demanding a new referendum of the United Kingdom's membership in the European Union.
The e-petition for involuntary deprivation of citizenship for separatism has been forwarded to the Presidential Administration for consideration.
The referendum on Ukraine's accession to NATO will take place after the country meets all criteria necessary for entering the Alliance.
E-petition to the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko to hold a referendum on Ukraine's accession to NATO membership was signed by more than 25,000 people as of Nov. 3.
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko supports the idea that high fines for garbage thrown in the street will encourage people to keep their settlements clean and tidy.
The document, which is addressed to the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko and also stipulates for setting an open and transparent competition for the position of the prosecutor general of Ukraine, has received over 25,000 signatures as of Oct. 22.
President Petro Poroshenko has requested the Rada Speaker Volodymyr Hroisman to consider amending Article 81 of the Constitution of Ukraine regarding early termination of powers of a People’s Deputy of Ukraine in case of his/her absence without valid excuse on three plenary Rada meetings during a regular session.
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has answered to the e-petition No. 22/000215-эп "Cancellation of remanding on bail for corruption offences" posted on the Official Website of the President of Ukraine on Aug. 29, 2015 by citizen V.M. Klymenko.
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has instructed Prime Minister Arsenii Yatseniuk to consider the abolition of customs clearance and import tax imposed on cars.
The petition on immediate awarding of Colonel Yevhen Sydorenko the distinguished and deserved title of Hero of Ukraine for his immense contribution into withdrawal of Ukrainian convoys from Ilovaisk operating T72B3 tank captured from the Russians has been created on the website of the president of Ukraine Sept. 15.
President Poroshenko said that according to his information, only 11 percent of Ukrainians support free possession of firearms.
The first petition on the presidential website to have scored 25,000 votes has been sent to the Presidential Administration.