Odessa regional Council has demanded contractual relationship with Kiev

At the session of the Odessa regional Council deputies by a majority vote approved a petition addressed to the President of Ukraine and Prime Minister urging them to support the conclusion of a special agreement on the division of powers between the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and regional authorities. The decision was made at the session first Deputy Chairman of regional Council Oleg Radkovskiy. The initiative was supported by 48 deputies of 84, reported on the official website of the regional Council, write “Ukrainian news”.

The largest number of votes gave the faction “Batkivschyna”, “Trust business” and “BPP”. Today’s decision will focus on Bankova and Grushevskogo.

Introducing the draft decision, radkovskiy said: “the Agreement will allow us to take a more active part in shaping the budget, control plan according to the administrative-territorial reform. This treatment is very useful for the Odessa territorial community”. The Chairman of the Odessa regional Council Anatoly Urban supported the initiative Radkovskiy.

The deputies noted: “the Most effective model of interaction between the government and the regions is the conclusion of agreements between the Cabinet of Ministers and regional state administrations and regional councils. Such a model will provide a clear separation of powers and form a new, dynamic and effective regional policy and will help to solve global issues common to all regions and specific problems of each individual region”. According to deputies, the contracts will provide a clear separation of powers, which will allow you to implement administrative-territorial reform and to improve management efficiency in the field.

Recall earlier decision on the conclusion of Agreements on the division of powers with the Central government took Zhytomyr and Kirovohrad regional councils. The deputies of the two councils have sent appeals to the President of Ukraine and Prime Minister. Chairman of the Kyiv regional Council Anna Starikov called the initiative “a new model of public administration”.

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