The Partner LF "Sofiya" A. Polivodskyy took part in a roundtable on the problems of the Draft Law "On the Land Market", held in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.
In February 2, 2012 a roundtable on problems of the Draft Law "On the Land Market" was held in the Conference Room of Committees of Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. It was organized by the Committee of the Agricultural Policy and Land Relations in conjunction with the Ukrainian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs and the Ukrainian Agrarian Confederation.
The meeting was attended by directors and owners of almost all major agricultural holdings of Ukraine, and associations, NGOs, foreign experts, members of the working group, established to assist the Committee of the Agricultural Policy and Land Relations.
Participants of the meeting clearly concluded about the unacceptability of the Draft Law of Ukraine "On the Land Market" and stressed its main shortcomings.
A. Polivodskyy actively participates in drafting and discussion of draft’s provisions. He was included in the working group on preparing of this draft project under the profile committee of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, together with representatives of the State Agency of Land Resources of Ukraine, NGOs and associations. A. Polivodskyy also took part in a number of roundtables and two press conferences that were organized on this occasion.
"In a view of our team the lawyers, had the working experience in an appropriate field, have to participate in the discussion of the most significant drafts in their practice. We encourage all practitioners not stand aside such important events” - said A. Polivodskyy.
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