Stefanchuk signed the Law “On Public Electronic Registers”


The Chairman of The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, Ruslan Stefanchuk, has signed the Law of Ukraine “On Public Electronic Registers”.

This was reported by UA with reference to the Verkhovna Rada.

According to Stefanchuk, the law will give impetus to the creation of quality administrative and electronic services in Ukraine.

We say “no” to duplicating information in the registers and re-requesting data from citizens. At the same time, “yes” to building an effective digital state, “the speaker said.

The law introduces a paperless regime – the state will not require citizens to have information that is already in the registers. It will not be necessary to bring photocopies or certificates to various government agencies – the exchange of information will be electronic. The information will not be duplicated and will not differ about the same person in different state registers.

“Getting online services will be faster, the availability and transparency of state registers will be ensured, and administrative processes will be optimized and simplified” – he added.

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