For-UA Ukraine English News

Alternative Review – Comments and discussion on For-Ua News (Ukraine English News)

What laws will be adopted on the second VR session?

Posted by the Editor on August 31, 2006


News / 31 August 2006 | 11:22

What laws will be adopted on the second VR session?

What laws will be adopted on the second VR session?

The second session of the Verkhovna Rada will be devoted to consideration of constitutional reform and budget. According to Verkhovna Rada chairman Oleksand Moroz, the list of deputies’ offers numbers about two hundred items.

At the same time, the list of issues for consideration will become known for sure only after a conciliatory council of heads of the parliamentary factions, which is to take place on September 4. Meanwhile, deputies are not unanimous as for the statutes for adoption.

According to chairman of legal policy committee Evhen Kushnaryov (Party of Regions), “the main question for consideration is the second stage of the constitutional reform, renewal of regional self-government, development of local governing.”

“The most urgent issue is budget,” MP Serhiy Matvienkov (SPU) considers, “The new government promised stabilization and reduction of taxes.” According to him, the parliament must adopt laws, which will stimulate development and implantation of energy saving technologies, as well as regulate work of antimonopoly legislation.

Chairman of the committee on human rights Leonid Grach (Communist party) considers that first of all the parliament must adopt the bill draft of Petro Symonenko “On foreign policy of the state,” which provides for rejection of accession into NATO.

According to deputy chairman of the committee on the fuel and energy complex Mikhailo Volunets (BYuT), the VR should approve draft laws, which will not allow increasing of gas and electric power prices for population.

Chairman of the committee on freedom of speech and information Andriy Shevchenko (BYuT) considers that priorities of his committee are ungovernmentalisation of the press and public broadcasting.

According to deputy chairman of the committee on building and housing and communal services Volodymyr Polyachenko (Our Ukraine), his committee has offered changes to Land Code, which concern land allotment for building.

ForUm

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

 
%d bloggers like this: