Today the participants of the General Meeting of Authorized Representatives–Members of the Association off Local Self-Government Authorities of Kharkiv Region have supported the Code of Ethic Conduct of Deputies and Officials of Local Self-Government Authorities of Kharkiv Region.

As was emphasized by Sergii Chernov, the President Local Self-Government Authorities of Kharkiv Region, in January of this year, the Association off Local Self-Government Authorities of Kharkiv Region came forward with an initiative of creation of the Code of Ethic Conduct of Deputies and Officials of Local Self-Government Authorities of Kharkiv Region.

The Draft Code is developed by a specially developed group with participation of representatives of the Kharkiv Regional Institute of State Government Attached to the President of Ukraine.

The Code obtained positive opinions of the Council of Europe experts as to the Draft Code of Ethics aimed at enhancement of local self-government potential, in which development 3 Regional Councils and 6 City Councils took part, including Kharkiv, Donetsk, Ternopil Regional Councils; Vinnytsya, Slavutych, Trostyanets, Ukrayinka, Pavlograd and Lutsk City Councils.

The special feature of the Code of Kharkiv Region consists in its universalism. It may be used as the type document by other regions of Ukraine.

Now the Code of Ethic Conduct of Deputies and Officials of Local Self-Government Authorities of Kharkiv Region is planned to be approved at the Session of the Regional Council.


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