Draft bill on reduction of quota of national audiovisual products in Ukrainian television and radio broadcasting has been sent for repeated consideration by the parliament, President Viktor Yanukovych told a meeting of the Public humanitarian council on Friday.

When asked to veto 'this shameful' law Yanukovych said he had never received it for signature. He also informed that this document was sent to the legal department of parliament for revision, where several inconsistencies were found.

"When the discussion had started deputies failed to explain what it is all about," he said.

"Therefore, it will again be considered in the parliament, and then we will see how it is adopted," Yanukovych added.

As reported, Parliament Speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn postponed the signing of the law regarding quotas for domestic products on television and radio in order to eliminate inconsistencies in the text of the document.

The Verkhovna Rada adopted amendments to the law on television and radio broadcasting on November 3, reducing from 50% to 25% the share of Ukrainian audio and visual products in national broadcasting.

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