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The Ministry of Justice will keep in touch with the courts

The Ministry of Justice has developed the Procedure for monitoring the effectiveness of the adopted legislative acts in the field of legal regulation of bankruptcy, execution of court decisions and decisions of other bodies (officials), forensic expert activity, court system and legal proceedings, advocacy and advocacy, free legal aid.

This is reported on the website of the Ministry of Justice.

Monitoring involves the collection, compilation and analysis of information from state bodies, judicial and self-government bodies, law-enforcement bodies, bodies of the Association of Private Performers of Ukraine, NGOs and other actors.

The main objective is to control the stability and consistency of legislative acts in these areas, timely development of the concept of a legal act, when it is assumed that it will regulate a new sphere of legal relations.

"Monitoring will allow a new approach to assessing the legislation in force. In this process, we are very important international experience regarding the tools and methods for such monitoring, as well as the advisory assistance of experts from the EU project. We will jointly develop a plan of action that will facilitate effective monitoring on the basis of the Ministry of Justice and a systemic response to the gaps in the legislation, conflict and obsolete norms, "said Deputy Justice Minister Svitlana Glushchenko.

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