Three land reform draft laws registered in the Parliament

Three draft laws on land reform launch in Ukraine have been registered in the Parliament, reports.

The first draft law by Tymofiy Mylovanov No. 2178 was submitted to the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine. It addresses the turnover of agricultural land.

The two other draft laws are elaborated by MPs, among those are:

  • No. 2194 — a complex land bill announced by the Head of the Parliamentary Committee on Agrarian and Land Policy, MP (Sluga Narodu) Mykola Solskiy.
  • No. 2195 — on electronic auctions. Currently, the text of the document is unavailable.

Previously reported that the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine (the Government) had approved the draft law on the farmland market and it was consequently submitted to the Parliament.

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