Democratic Oversight
The ability of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine and civil society to monitor public authorities’ activities, policies, and practices is a vital component of democratic governance in the security and defenсe sector.

NAKO seeks to strengthen the capacity of the Ukrainian parliament, to make it more efficient, accountable, and transparent in performing its constitutional duties.

In addition, public scrutiny is an important component of democratic oversight of the security and defence sector. NAKO monitors the activities of public authorities in the security and defence sector, analyzes in detail the initiatives of the legislative and executive branches of government, identifies corruption risks and potential conflicts of interest, and proposes and promotes solutions to minimize them.
4 April, 2022
Zelenskyi must immediately sign the law on war criminals
It is necessary for prosecuting the Russian military for crimes against humanity
8 February, 2022
The National Security Committee supported a bill to strengthen democratic civilian control

The bill should strengthen democratic civilian control over the Armed Forces.


 
28 January, 2022
Online press conference with Jens Stoltenberg
NATO’s door is open for Ukraine and its people
6 December, 2021
Announcement: Index of integrity in defence governance
How to overcome corruption in the defence sector?
3 December, 2021
Too much corruption: Bill №5716 cannot provide housing for services
The National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) has published an opinion
2 December, 2021
The Verkhovna Rada approved the State Budget for 2022

UAH 323 billion is provided for financing the security and defence sector, which is a record figure for Ukraine - 6% of GDP.

17 November, 2021
Defence industry reform is under close public scrutiny - Tregub
Civil society must be involved as much as possible in the transformation of Ukroboronprom.
10 November, 2021
NAKO and Ukroboronprom deepen cooperation in implementation of Law №1630-IX
Strengthening the partnership aims to support the transformation of the national defence industry.
4 November, 2021
Reshuffle in government: What is known about the new ministers?
Oleksiy Reznikov became the new Minister of Defence, the Ministry of Strategic Industries is now headed by Pavlo Ryabikin, Iryna Vereshchuk moved from the Parliament to the Ministry of Reintegration, and Yulia Svyridenko moved from the Office of the President to the Ministry of Economy.
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