What Yatseniuk’s Cabinet of Ministers achieved in 100 days

The government has carried out the plans in regard to collaboration with the IMF. The least progress is in the social sphere. 

Arseniy Yatseniuk’s Cabinet of Ministers has passed the 100-day barrier, after which the moratorium on the criticism of the government’s work ends. But the majority of the experts surveyed by Forbes are not hasty to make use of this right now. Their verdict: under conditions of war, the Cabinet of Ministers has done everything possible, and it is at least naïve to demand reform, even those they had promised and those that are very relevant.  Continue reading

Cabinet of Ministers plans to fire 22,000 officials

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In order to reduce the cost of the state apparatus, the Cabinet of Ministers is going to fire 22,200 officials, LigaBiznesInform reports.

According to the infographics published on the website of the government, the CM plans to reduce the staff of the Presidential Administration, the State Administration of affairs and NSDC by 50%. The Verkhovna Rada staff will be reduced by 20%. Continue reading