The National Plan provides for deregulation in all spheres of life. In general, to simplify licensing procedures, it is planned to develop and adopt about 30 laws and regulations, UKRINFORM reports.
In particular, this year all the necessary procedures to implement tax and budget reforms will be completed. The Plan pays considerable attention to the development of agro-industrial complex. Already at the beginning of the year, national projects Grain of Ukraine and Effective Husbandry will be developed.
The strategic action plan provides for the continuation of land reform, which aims at development and enactment of land market bills, the state land cadastre, etc.
Reform of the energy sector, housing and utility services (technical re-equipment, improvement of energy efficiency, etc.) will also continue. At the same time, reforms in the energy sector should not be a burden for the population. Therefore, without a clear financial and economic feasibility and a number of countervailing measures, tariffs on energy for the population will not increase.
Reform of the housing and utility services will be supported by a number of national projects, like Affordable Housing, Clean City, New Life, Quality Water and City of the Future.
The Plan also provides for continued systemic reforms in education. This year, the Government will develop new state standards for primary, basic and general secondary education. It is planned to introduce information and communication technologies in the educational process at secondary schools.
In addition, the 2011 Action Plan provides for the continuation of social reform, particularly pension reform. Pension legislation has been developed, and after the completion of a broad public discussion, the reform will be implemented.
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