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Legislation of Ukraine

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politics and government of

Laws of Ukraine are legal documents created by the Ukrainian legislative power, Verkhovna Rada and establish the state order in country. The Laws of Ukraine support and supplement the fundamental law of country, Constitution of Ukraine. Some laws were codified into Civil Code, Criminal Code and so on.

For procedural reasons Verkhovna Rada also issues resolutions that explain how legal document would be presented to parliament. Bills are usually considered by the Verkhovna Rada following the procedure of three readings; the President of Ukraine must sign a law before it can be officially promulgated.[1] The Verkhovna Rada can take the decision on final adoption of the bill after the first or second reading if the bill is considered as such that does not require refinement.[1]

Codified Laws

  • Airspace Code (2011, 1993)
  • Tax Code (2010)
  • Budget Code (2010, 2001)
  • Code of Administrative Proceedings (2005)
  • Civil Procedural Code (2004, 1963)
  • Criminal Executive Code (2003)
  • Civil Code (2003, 1963)
  • Economic Code (2003)
  • Customs Code (2002, 1991)
  • Family Code (2002)
  • Land Code (2001, 1990, 1970)
  • Criminal Code (2001, 1960)
  • Water Code (1995, 1972)
  • Maritime Code (1995)
  • Code on Subsoil (1994)
  • Forest Code (1994)
  • Economic Procedural Code (1991)
  • Code on Administrative Offenses (1984)
  • Residential Code (1983)
  • Labor Code (1971)
  • Criminal Procedural Code (1960)

Inactive Codes

  • Correctional Labor Code (1970)
  • Code on Marriage and Family (1969)

Important State Laws

Other legal documents

All bodies of executive power issue their own legal documents.

  • President - decree (ukase)
  • Cabinet - resolution (rarely decree)
  • other - orders

See also


  1. ^ a b The interns of the Program of Internship at the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine and Central Executive Bodies for 2012-2013 learned the procedure of submission and passage of bills in the Verkhovna Rada, Verkhovna Rada (14 December 2012)
    Ukraine: Energy Policy Review 2006, International Energy Agency, 24 October 2006, ISBN 9264109919 (page 130)

External links

  • Legislation of Ukraine (Verkhovna Rada website)
  • List of important legal documents at the Procuracy of Ukraine website
  • Legislation of Ukraine
  • List of laws
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