On July 16, Volodymyr Zelenskyy together with the leadership of the President's Office visited the village of Putrovka, Kyiv region. The Head of State came to verify the truthfulness of information about the illegal activity of the local communal registrar, which had come to him on the eve.
As it turned out, there was a house of culture in the room where according the documents a communal registrar was located.
During the conversation with the residents of the village and representatives of local authorities, as well as First Deputy Minister of Justice of Ukraine Olena Sukmanova, the Head of State proposed a representative of the Ministry of Justice to block the possibility for communal registrars to carry out operations - until order would have been restored in this area.
"In Ukraine, on average, 2-3 times a day the owner is changed illegaly. We can update the composition of the anti-raider Commission of the Ministry of Justice. We can turn off all registrars who are currently creating risks of raidering. Disconnect," the President said.
For his part, the Head of the Office of the President Andriy Bohdan noted that the Presidential Decree against raiding in the field of registration will appear in the near future.
"These registrars receive electronic access keys for raiding through the use of registries. This is the fault of the state that allowed the existence of such a registration form. Since the state can not guarantee the integrity of access to these registries, this scheme must be discontinued," he said.
But a representative of the Ministry of Justice stressed that this problem is not new so that disabling unscrupulous registrars is carried out in manual mode.
"There are 277 registered municipal enterprises in the country today. The Ministry of Justice has already canceled accreditation for 169 of them. When something happens, we react to complaints, block registers. The website of the Ministry of Justice has an open list of all blocked registrars. Almost 70% are registrars of communal enterprises, " Olena Sukmanova said.
During the meeting, a possible action plan was discussed to minimize risks of raiding. In particular, it was about the implementation of the necessary technological tools.