Foreign experts shared experience in reforming the executive system within the framework of the international conference on "Self-government of private performers of Ukraine: international experience in assisting the Ukrainian system."
On October 31, an international conference "Self-government of Private Entrepreneurs of Ukraine: International Experience for Assistance to the Ukrainian System" was held. The event was organized by the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine together with the USAID New Justice Program, the OSCE Project Coordinator in Ukraine, the EU Project "Support to Justice Reform in Ukraine", the Center for Commercial Law, the German Foundation for International Legal Cooperation and the International Organization for Law and Development. "
The European Court of Human Rights is tired of considering complaints by Ukrainians about non-enforcement of national court decisions. Because all his recommendations for the solution of the problem are simply ignored, and the shaft of complaints is increasing. Ukraine needs to take systematic measures. Lawyers suggested where to start.
One of the problems of the Ukrainian legal system is the critically low enforcement of court decisions, barely reaching 15%. Recently, the country has adopted bills designed to improve the situation. The points of the law concerned both the reform of existing mechanisms and the launch of new ones - for example, the institution of private performers. Along with the emergence of a new profession, many myths and prejudices appeared. Deputy Minister of Justice Sergei Shklar talked about the rights and responsibilities of private performers, about training and the future development of the profession. Also, they discussed the reform as the only possibility of changing the unfortunate situation with execution of court decisions, the current situation on the market of private performers, plans and forecasts.
Already a year there are laws that allow the work of private performers, and the boom in the new market has not yet begun. The lenders are as old as turning to the State Bailiff Service under the Ministry of Justice, since they consider that private executives are not able to compete with the state. Private performers - "pioneers" need to prove that they can levy debts more efficiently officials.