The Verkhovna Rada Committee on issues of digital transformation has supported a number of bills that abolish the mandatory publication of laws and normative acts in the newspaper “governmental courier”, reports the press service of the Parliament.
Thus, the Committee supported the draft law “On amendments to article 130 of the law of Ukraine “On judicial system and status of judges” (No. 2309), which excludes “governmental courier” from the list of publications, which must be published information about the establishment of the organizing Committee for convening the Congress of judges, as well as the announcement of convening the Congress of judges and the questions submitted for its consideration.
Also supported the draft law No. 2308 “On amendments to article 28 of the Budget code of Ukraine”, which proposes to change the mandatory place of publication of the bill on state budget of Ukraine and information about its execution, “Uredovora courier” on the Single web portal of bodies of Executive power of Ukraine.
In addition, the Committee has written to the head of the Verkhovna Rada Dmitry Razumkova a letter with a proposal to include in the agenda of the second session of the Parliament a draft law №2307 “On amendments to some laws of Ukraine on the promulgation of normative legal acts of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and the placement of individual information in electronic form”, involves placing the acts of the government, orders of ministries and decisions of the national Commission on the Single web portal of bodies of Executive power of Ukraine is printed in “Governmental courier”, as well as the exception to the laws of Ukraine requirements for simultaneous printing in “Governmental courier” and other official publications.
Its decision, the Committee argued that in recent years the circulation of “Uredovora courier” is constantly decreasing, and the publication can not be fully considered nationwide.
Requirements for the publication of laws and normative acts in the newspaper “Voice of Ukraine” and “Official Gazette of Ukraine” remain.