Releases

Release 39 (July 4 – 17, 2016). Judicial Reform Continued

Chart 1. IMoRe dynamics

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Judicial reforms keep the iMoRe index in a positive territory. Nevertheless, the value of the index remains low, this time due to the unconsidered government decision to increase the number of publicly financed spots for students at universities and the lack of significant developments in public finances and energy.

The most important reforms of the first half of July were the law on the judicial system and the status of judges, as well as the reform of the court decisions’ enforcement system, in addition to the efforts of the NBU to ensure the stability of the banking sector. Despite these advances, the Index for Monitoring Reforms fell to +0.7 points in the first half of July, from +0.9 in the second half of June. The reason for this was the unconsidered government decision to increase the number of publicly financed spots at universities and the lack of substantial progress in the public finance and energy sectors…. more in .pdf


Release 38 (June 20– July 3, 2016). Green Light for Judicial Reform and Effective Management of State-Owned Enterprises (.pdf)


Release 37 (June 6– 19, 2016). Reforms gained momentum – customs service reform, currency liberalization, deregulation of the pharmaceutical market (.pdf)


Release 36 (May 23– June 5, 2016). Electronic procurement in defense sector, deregulation of foreign exchange transactions (.pdf)


Release 35 (May 9– 22, 2016). May Mire, or Contradictory Reforms: odious law on the Prosecutor General’s Office and contested opening of air transportation marke (.pdf)


Release 34 (April 18 – May 8, 2016). Unification of gas prices and deregulation of pharmaceutical market failed to speed up overall reform progress (.pdf)


Release 33 (April 4 – 17, 2016). WTO government procurement market and reform of special permits for the use of mineral resources (.pdf)


Release 32 (March 21 – April 3, 2016). Sprouts of populism (.pdf)


Release 31 (March 7 – 20, 2016). Green light to privatization and electronic asset declarations (.pdf)


Release 30 (February 22 – March 6, 2016). Progress in the Fight against Corruption and an Anti-reform (.pdf)


Release 29 (February 8 – 21, 2016). Transparent public procurement (.pdf)


Release 28 (January 25 – February 7, 2016). Political events overshadow reforms (.pdf)


Release 27 (January 11-24, 2016). Progress in the fight against Corruption (.pdf)


Release 26 (December 21, 2015 – January 10, 2015). Budget package (.pdf)


Release 25 (December 7 – 20, 2015). The long-awaited reforms acceleration (.pdf)


Release 24 (November 23 – December 6, 2015). Important Anti-Corruption Laws (.pdf)


Release 23 (November 9 – 22, 2015). Period of sluggish reforms still lingers (.pdf)


Release 22 (October 26 – November 08, 2015). Technical sectoral steps (.pdf)


Release 21 (October 12 – 25, 2015). Grand opening of government registers (.pdf)


Release 20 (September 28 – October 11, 2015). Reforms slowing significantly  (.pdf)


Release 19 (September 14th – 27th, 2015). The law on public procurement (.pdf)


Release 18 (August 31st –September 13th, 2015). One of the lowest Index values (.pdf)


Release 17 (August 17th –30th, 2015). Government external debt restructuring (.pdf)


Release 16 (August 3rd –16 th, 2015). Many small steps towards reducing corruption (.pdf)


Release 15 (July 20th –August 2nd, 2015). Noticeable acceleration of reforms (.pdf)


Release 14 (July 6th –19th, 2015). Strengthening independence of the National Bank (.pdf)


Release 13 (June 22nd – July 5th, 2015). Almost complete silence in reforms  (.pdf)


02/07/2015: Где реформы? Оценка действий власти за полгода от экспертов іМоРе и VoxUkraine (.pdf)


Release 12 (June 8th – 21st, 2015). Reforms went on vacation (.pdf)


Release 11 (May 25th – June 7th, 2015) . Weak reform progress second period in a row (.pdf)


Release 10 (May 11th –24th, 2015) . Important developments in banking sector regulation (.pdf)


Release 9 (April 20th – May 10th, 2015) . Spring reform speedup (.pdf)


Release 8 (April 6th – 19th, 2015). Moderate progress in governance, anti-corruption and deregulation  (.pdf)


Release 7* (March 23rd – April 5th, 2015). Significant progress in deregulation and anti-corruption (.pdf)


Release 6* (March 9th – 22nd, 2015). Reforms do not keep pace (.pdf)


Release 5* (February 23th – March 8 th 2015). Reforms accelerated significantly thanks to the IMF package (.pdf)


Release 4*  (February 9th –22nd 2015)  (.pdf)


Release 3* (January 26th – February 8th 2015)  (.pdf)


Release 2* (January 12-25, 2015)  (.pdf)


Release 1* (December 28, 2014 – January 11, 2015)  (.pdf)


 *Old Index structure