In particular, Myroshnychenko informed that only 80% of the planned reforms were carried out in 2011, and 20% were postponed for 2012.
According to the President's aid, the main directions of the reforms in 2012 are:
- reform of the energy sector;
- deregulation of entrepreneurship development and reformation of administrative service system;
- reform on education and development of scientific and technical sector;
- international economic integration;
- reform of social sector;
- reform of state finances;
- reform of state management;
- reform of financial sector;
- development of agricultural sector and land reform;
- reform of housing and utilities infrastructure;
- reform of medical assistance;
- privatization and state property management;
- development of transportation infrastructure;
- national projects.
Myroshnychenko underlined that all 14 directions ill be under control of the president, Cabinet and parliament. He also noted that the authorities will focus on decentralization and transference of reforms at the regional level.
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