Rada has simplified the procedure of public procurement for the Eurovision song contest

Рада упростила процедуру госзакупок к Евровидению

The Verkhovna Rada did not even have enough votes to pass important legislation for Eurovision

The people’s deputies upheld one of the main conditions of the European broadcasting Union.

The Verkhovna Rada adopted the bill No. 5319 on amendments to the law on public procurement, concerning the preparation and holding in Ukraine in 2017 Eurovision song contest. For the document as a whole voted 229 MPs with the necessary minimum of 226.

The law provides that until may 14, 2017 procurement of goods, works and services required for the preparation and holding of the Eurovision-2017, according to the approved Cabinet list, may be by a contractual procedure.

The customer has the right to conclude a purchase agreement on the results of the negotiation procedure in time no earlier than five days from the date of publication on the website of the authorised body of reports on the intention to conclude such an agreement.

The Deputy from people’s front Victoria syumar noted that the expedited procurement is one of the conditions of the European broadcasting Union.

As reported Корреспондент.netthe government of Ukraine at a meeting on 26 October lifted restrictions on spending in preparation for the Eurovision song contest in 2017. In total on competition laid more than 430 million hryvnias of budgetary funds.

Also, the Kyiv authorities will allocate 200 million UAH for conducting of the song contest. Of this amount, UAH 50 million capital intends to send this year and the rest next.

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