Experts will tell how the City Council Deputies worked in Transcarpathia

21 May 2012 15:54  19612799 013168

The expert roundtable discussion, the main theme of which will be ‘The year after the local election: monitoring the reform results of electoral legislation in the Transcarpathian region’ will be held in the Uzhgorod Press Club on Tuesday, May 22 at 12 a.m.

The expert report ‘The results monitoring of the Ukraine’s legislation reforms on local elections on the example of Transcarpathian three councils’ will be presented during the roundtable discussion. Pavlo Bilak will tell more information about the monitoring.

Olexandr Volosianskyi, the member of Uzhgorod City Executive Committee, the deputied Rostyslav Bulanov and Yaroslav Hasynets will share with their own experience about the parliamentary work and work in the City Executive Committee.

The current situation and ways of the local deputies improvement work on the communication support with voters and ensure the accountability in front of society; the comparison of forms and results of local council deputies before and after the electoral legislation reform, that is when using the proportional and mixed electoral system; the results assessment of the legislation on the local elections in 2010, which were declared previously expected; about the electoral system’s role in the strengthening deputies relations with voters before the accountable to local community member and which system is more effective for this. 


The press conference will be held in Uzhgorod Press Club:

Uzhgorod, Sobranetska Street, 3.

The beginning is at 12 a.m.

All mass media representatives are invited.   

Tags: local elections, press club, roundtable

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