executive authorities

Restrictions and prohibitions as a type of administrative coercion under the legal regime of martial law

Abstract. Prevention as a form of state coercion is one of the most important means of ensuring public order and security in Ukraine. The use of preventive restrictive measures in the conditions of the legal regime of martial law is provided for by the norms of the Constitution of Ukraine (Article 64) and other regulatory and legal acts [1]. Preventive restrictive measures are constituent elements of state coercion, which include termination, restoration of administrative and procedural support, and administrative responsibility.

Provision of local administrative services in Ukraine: problems and perspectives

The concepts of modern public policy of Ukraine in the sphere of provision of administrative services are examined. The main disadvantages in provision of local administrative services are identified. The ways of creation of favorable conditions for qualitative resolution of citizens’ problems are offered.

Problems of providing transport security of Ukraine: regulatory background

Problem setting. Despite the enormous number of human casualties in transport accidents, as well as the enormous human toll, it is important to recognize the importance of transport safety. Unfortunately, for the time being, neither the authorities nor the public have this understanding. In particular, this is evidenced by the fact that there are practically no regulatory acts that are directly aimed at solving the problem of transport safety. There is no transport safety law, no proper concept and strategy for transport safety.

Dialogue executive authorities and civil society

In the article the problems of executive power in Ukraine. Particular attention is paid
wikis interaction between government and civil society. Determine the need to intensify
dialogue following aspects of public and government: establishing interaction by improving
the functioning of public authorities; intensification of the dialogue by providing opportunities
for citizens to participate in public affairs; the use of new information technologies to improve governance, inter alia through the initiative "Partnership" Open Government; strengthening