Having vetoed major laws, the President of Ukraine Viktor Yushchenko hampers successful work of the Government. The Justice Minister of Ukraine Olexander Lavrynovych told today at the international conference “New Ukraine in new Europe” in Kyiv.
“It is difficult to forecast the success when there is a competition not on the party-political level, but on the level of state power bodies,” Lavrynovych said.
He noted that the most containment of the Government is the President’s right to veto laws.
“The fact, that since August 2006 140 laws have been adopted and the President vetoed 26 laws, does not encourage,” he said.
At the same time, he noted that this year 13 out of 20 adopted laws were vetoed by the President. “The tendency is threatening,” he said, adding that in Slovakia the president has not vetoed any law last year and in Lithuania only four times.
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