Transcarpathian schoolchildren are invited to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine

21 March 2019 09:13  21196180 0198160
Transcarpathian schoolchildren are invited to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine

Students of the 10th and 11th grades of Transcarpathian schools are invited to take part in the competition, which will allow 20 winners to go for a free tour to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. The competition was organized by the NGO "Institute for the Promotion of Civil Society Development" with the support of People's Deputy Robert Horvat.

 "We are looking for young and ambitious girls and boys who want to build Ukraine today! We are starting the selection for the competition, which will allow 20 students of the 10th and 11th grades of schools in Transcarpathia to spend a day in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, get acquainted with the work of the Parliament and the history of Ukrainian parliamentarism", - MP Robert Horvat said . Under the terms of the competition, the participants are required to fill in a questionnaire with a number of questions, in particular, to tell which bill they would develop and adopt as a matter of priority if they became MPs.

Applicants are also suggested to imagine themselves as the head of the Transcarpathian Regional State Administration and to identify the main problems to be solved in the region. "We are interested in your vision of how Ukraine can and should evolve and how you can influence the developments in our country. So, if you are active citizens of your state and see your own future in making changes, get involved! I assure the trip will be interesting and will give you a positive experience," - Robert Horvat said. The trip will take place on April 12.

 Questionnaires with answers are accepted until 23.59 on April 3. The results will be announced two days later - April 5.

For more details on the competition, go to , the questionnaire for participation is at

Press service of People's Deputy of Ukraine Robert Horvat

Tags: Transcarpathian schoolchildren, invitation, Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine

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