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Open legalacts portal. Public discussion of draft laws Printable version

Last update: 22.05.2024

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The "Open Laws and Regulations" portal is one of the Open Government components implemented as a platform for discussing draft regulatory legal acts prior to their approval by state and local executive bodies.

Pursuant to the Laws "On Public Services" and "On Access to Information", as well as the Rules for publication and public discussion of draft laws and regulations on the open laws and regulations portal, government agencies-developers of legal acts publish draft public service standards, draft law concepts, as well as draft laws on the portal for public discussion. Each citizen can familiarize with the published regulatory legal documents and make suggestions for their improvement.

How to participate in the discussion of draft laws and regulations

For your convenience, all the draft laws and regulations available for public discussion on the portal are divided into categories and by central and local government agencies. Draft laws can be filtered by the following types:

  • Standard;
  • Draft law;
  • Public service standard;
  • Order;
  • Report;
  • Decree;
  • Decision;
  • Rules;
  • Agreement;
  • Regulation;
  • Executive order;
  • DR;
  • Draft law concept;
  • Enactment.

If you could not find a required document using the parameters above, you can use the search.

Each published law or regulation contains information about its status, type, date of creation and deadline for the end of public discussion. Documents attached as files are downloadable.

If you have comments to any line in a document, you can add a comment to each of the lines.

All user comments are displayed at the end of the page.

You also can give like/dislike to a draft law or regulation, thus expressing your opinion on a particular document.

If you intend to participate actively in the discussion of published laws and regulations, you can subscribe to a category, government agency or user comment to track changes in separate documents or sections.

Note that to leave comments on the portal, you need to log in or register on e-Gov portal (

The Open Government components are directly linked to the portal since they have a single registration mechanism that requires the availability of digital signature. You can learn more about registration procedure in the "Registration of a new user on the Portal" section of the e-Gov portal.

All the comments of citizens are moderated by the Operator's employees, and after publication, they are considered by representatives of state and local executive bodies responsible for the development of laws and regulations.

Afterwards, based on public discussion results, the system generates a report, which includes accepted and rejected comments and suggestions.

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