Ukrainians appeared to be actively engaged into the new e-petition service to the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.
The first day since the new service has been launched, more than 100 petitions were submitted with the number constantly growing.
The most popular petition is waste sorting, as well as the lie detector test on all employees of the Tax service, the Ministry of Interior, the Customs, and judges and public prosecutors.
Legalization of medical marijuana, the closure of the incinerator in Kyiv, and the transition from passports to ID-cards are among the proposals.
One of the most uncommon proposals has been a petition refusing to use Cyrillic in the Ukrainian language. According to the author, it is "convenient, practical and logical."