Do you have any questions to the certain MP or a parliamentary faction? Do you want to visit a public reception but don't know where to go and when? Don't spend your time on the search of non-existing addresses, use the all-Ukrainian map of public receptions of parties and Members of Parliament, developed by the Civil Network OPORA.

All-Ukrainian contacts map of parties and Members of Parliament – is an interactive map of public receptions of parties, which have parliamentary factions (Petro Poroshenko Bloc, People's Front, Opposition Bloc, Samopomich Union, Radical Party of Oleh Liashko, and All-Ukrainian Union Batkivshchyna), and 198 MPs, elected in single-member districts.

OPORA received all the data on the map from open sources and answers to informational requests of the central offices and oblast cells of parliamentary parties. The addresses and reception hours were checked personally by OPORA's representatives in all 25 regions.

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The data is open and downloadable, it may be viewed in text format or sorted per a type of reception, oblast, or party.

The contacts map is updated as soon as were receive and verify new information. If you have any additional information about a location or working hours of public receptions, write us at info@opora.org.ua.

This resource is a step to improvement of communication between the voters, MPs, and local cells of parliamentary factions, and, as a result, to openness and transparency of parties.

The instrument is created by the Civil Network OPORA under USAID's Program RADA: Accountability, Responsibility, and Democratic Parliamentary Representation (RADA) Program, supported by the Eastern European Fund.

We remind that Civil Network OPORA has analyzed information, provided by the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine as an answer to information request concerning local cells of six parliamentary parties in Ukraine.

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We remind that OPORA implements a nationwide (24 oblasts and Kyiv city) awareness and monitoring project in 2016 under the USAID's Accountability, Responsibility, and Democratic Parliamentary Representation (RADA) Program, supported by the Eastern European Fund. The project is aimed to involve the citizens in parliamentary processes, and increase their awareness about activities of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, parliamentary factions and Members of Parliament of Ukraine. MPs were selected for monitoring purposes based on proportional representation of all parliamentary parties, gender representation, and previous activities in their districts.