In Ternopil decentralization of power and local self-government. The steps and perspectives

was the theme of the meeting the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Volodymyr Groisman, employees of state government and expert community with government officials, local authorities, journalists from different regions of Ukraine. In particularma, Parliament Speaker noted that only decentralization of power held by European examples transform our country into a strong state. The first steps to ensure the legislative process of decentralization of power and local government reform has been made. Thus, Parliament adopted a number of legislative acts regulating Driftyny in local government. In particular, the laws of Ukraine "On State Regional Policy", "On cooperation of local communities" that regulates the financial and organizational cooperation at the local level, combining financial and other resources of various local budgets to solve common problems of territorial development. The Law "On voluntary association of communities." Also adopted amendments to the Tax and Budget Codes. And already, according to the Speaker, the first results of reforms - local budget revenues for the first quarter increased by 30%. "From the decentralization of power and local government reform undoubtedly depends improve ProvisionI administrative services, the quality of life of each community - said Vasily Hominets who participated in the meeting - Already one does not need to convince of the need for such reforms. At the time - to actively move their implementation. The Law "On voluntary association of communities" create the conditions for self-sufficient, perspective,efficient, capable communities who can support themselves. It should not be created for community community community for people. This basic principle of association. Already vital issues and reform of administrative power. Newly autumn local authorities have already started on a new qualitative basis. " This postsomyly the press service of the Ternopil Regional Council