Skip to toolbar

Military Scale Modelling

Ukrainian authorities set out to eliminate conflicts in gambling legislation

Ukrainian authorities set out to eliminate conflicts in gambling legislation

The head of the Ukrainian Gambling Association, Anton Kuchukhidze, said in a recent speech that the country's parliament has agreed to consider a number of bills designed to eliminate existing conflicts. Most of them have to do with the scheme for selecting members to the Gambling and Lottery Regulatory Commission (GRAIL all slots casino).

The main task of the ninth legislators, who voted for legalisation of gambling last year, was to pass a relevant document. However, legally, according to the expert, the ratification process consists of three stages: legalisation, the introduction of the necessary amendment package, and the launch of the relevant legislative framework. Now, according to Kuchukhidze, Ukraine stands at the second stage.

The most important amendment to the special law regulating the sphere of gambling entertainment in Ukraine is the bill 5207-1, authored by MP Andrei Motovilovets. In it he proposes to streamline the structure of selection best uk online casinos and appointment of KRAIL members, adjusting this process to legal requirements.

According to Anton Kuchukhidze, MP Motovilovets' initiative 5207-1 differs from previously proposed amendments in its clear statement of stages and nuances, which will ensure efficiency. In particular, the author proposes to appoint to the Regulatory Commission people who have passed a special competition for the positions of civil service corps. At the same time the establishment of the Competition Commission remains in the power of the Cabinet of Ministers. Deputies will not be able to influence this process because they do not have sufficient powers.

The functionary is confident that with the adoption of this draft law the possibility of influencing the work of the CRAIL from outside will be reduced to a minimum. In addition, this will also affect the work of the media, which often berate the regulator for its ineffective performance.


Not recently active