What is lustration, and how to conduct it in Transcarpathia

12 March 2014 16:16  18563449 064264
What is lustration, and how to conduct it in Transcarpathia

On Thursday, March 13 at 14.00, in Uzhgorod Press Club, there will be a roundtable on "Problems of lustration measures in the period of transition from dictatorship to democracy: the regional dimension."


They will talk about ways and means of public control over the government for the effective implementation of their powers in the interests of territorial and regional communities, including:

- mechanisms for ensuring accountability of officials and authorities;

- the legal nature of lustration and re-certification of public officials and a ban on the profession;

- ensuring real and effective mechanisms of consultation in decision-making and criteria for the formation of lustration institutions;

- public relations of authorities and legal basis for public lustration committee activity.

The participants of Round Table:

Vasyl Lemak, Doctor of Law, Professor, member of NALS
Yaroslav Lazur, Doctor of Law, Professor, the Dean of the Faculty of Law and European Law of UzhNU
Miroslav Lengyel, Doctor of Political Sciences, Professor 
Mykhailo Savchyn, Doctor of Law, Associate Professor, Director of the Lawmaking Center of UzhNU
Andriy Holovach, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Theory and History of State and Law of UzhNU
Igor Bilanin, NGO "Shield"
Andriy Hanusych, journalist
Mykola Zheliznyak, NGO "Shield"
Serhiy Denisenko, social activist
Oleksandr Koval, social activist

Larysa Lypkan, press secretary of the head of Transcarpathian Regional State Administration
Vasyl Maniak, the chairman of the lustration committee

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