: Ukraine's government launches e-petitions website

10:49 Aug. 29, 2016

Ukraine's government launches e-petitions website

The building of the Cabinet of Minister of Ukraine is illuminated on the Independence Day (UNIAN photo)

Citizens can submit new petitions or sign the existing ones

Ukraine's government has launched the website where the citizens can either submit or sign e-petitions to the Cabinet of Ministers, Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman informed on his Facebook page on Monday, August 29.

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"From now on, you can initiate the contemplation on important social issues by submitting an e-petition to the government. This is an effective tool to involve citizens to the formation of the priorities of national policies and decision-making," Groysman stressed.

"After getting registered, the citizens can either submit their own electronic petitions to the Cabinet or support the existing ones. To be eligible for assessment, a petition should collect 25,000 votes in three months," he added.

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