The President’s address to the parliament sounds like demand instead of request to revoke the resolution on the Cabinet’s dismissal, Vice-Speaker Adam Martynyuk told.
“There are relationships of different kinds but unfortunately, the behavior and statement of the current President reminds me more and more previous’ one. There is no legal act, the Constitution of Ukraine including, giving the authorities to the President setting up a claim to the supreme legislative power,” said Martynyuk.
He noted that the Head of the State is authorized to request or to propose legislative initiative but not to demand any decision from Verkhovna Rada. “He (the President – ed.) may submit to Verkhovna Rada a resolution on cancellation of parliament’s decision of January 10. It is his right but he has no right to write in the public letter ‘I demand urgently to cancel the decision,’” added the Vice-Speaker.

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