The opposition is ready at any time to come to the extraordinary session of the Parliament

Оппозиция готова в любое время прийти на внеочередную сессию Рады

The Verkhovna Rada session hall

The opposition bloc will vote for the laws that will implement the Minsk agreement.

MPs from the faction of the Opposition bloc is ready at any time to come for an extraordinary session to vote for legislation aimed at implementing the Minsk agreements.

This was stated by peoples Deputy from this political force, Serhiy Lyovochkin, commenting on the proposal to extend the work of Parliament.

“We, the MPs from the opposition, not believe in the potential coalition – which, incidentally, does not exist, – in order to continue the session for the summer. Most likely, the session will conclude now, and the coalition will go to rest”, – quotes the parliamentarian press service of the opposition bloc.

Lyovochkin stressed that the faction fundamental question is the world.

“We have repeatedly stated this as the readiness to vote for all the laws that will implement the Minsk agreement. We are ready to vote for them at any time, including in extraordinary session,” – said the politician.

He also said that the Opposition bloc may initiate an extraordinary session in August to consider these laws.

“After the conclusion of the agreements in principle in “Norman” format, such legislation may be necessary in August. And we are ready to initiate an extraordinary session in order to take decisions for establishing peace in the country,” he said.

The politician is sure that a draft law on the Donbass should be the product of negotiations in the “channel” and “Minsk” formats.

“Such laws should not be an imagination of the Ukrainian “party of war” in authority but a product of negotiations in the “channel” and “Minsk” formats. Then these agreements must pass through voting in the Verkhovna Rada. We believe that the Ukrainian Parliament fundamentally need to hold these voting faster to bring peace to people. Because without peace on the facilitation of life of people in Ukraine cannot be and speeches”, – summed up Sergiy Lyovochkin.

As reported Корреспондент.nettoday it became known that the Parliament goes on holiday until September 5. The deputies disagreed with the proposal of the speaker Andriy Parubiy extend the work of the ongoing sixth session of the Parliament. Question three was put on the ballot, but have not found necessary for adoption support.

Parubiy did not want to close the current session of the Parliament

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