If you pay attention to the proposed reform of the GIS bodies, then, in fact, virtually nothing changes
After the collapse of the USSR, the former republics inherited a Soviet-style system of judicial decisions.
Ukraine was no exception, in which the judicial system was involved in the institution of compulsory enforcement of court decisions in 1999. Bailiffs worked in the courts and were assigned to the judge who made the decision.
In 1998, the Law of Ukraine “On State Executive Service” was adopted. A year later, the State Executive Service (GIS) was formed as part of the Ministry of Justice, which was entrusted with the enforcement of decisions of courts and extrajudicial bodies. Continue reading