The MP from the Party of Regions Vladyslav Zabarsky believes that the speaker of the Parliament Volodymyr Lytvyn has all the grounds not to sign the law passed by the Parliament on amending the Rules of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on the election, appointment and dismissal of the officials of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, he gave an exclusive commentary to ForUm correspondent.

Responding the question why the bill was filed only on June 27, and whether this means that it was known before Lytvyn intended to resign, Zabarsky said: "No, I did not know. The bill was proposed, because I saw a discrepancy with the Constitution. This was stated by me in the Parliament and in the explanatory note to the bill."

Zabarsky believes that voting not by ballot, but by cards for the speaker will not provoke the speaker will be elected by the heads of the faction leaders, not MPs. "We now need to think more about the future parliament speaker and I hope that the new parliament will eliminate the possibility of a vote by someone’s card (other MP’s voting cards. - Ed.)," he stressed.
Summing up, the MP noted that Lytvyn remains to be the speaker of the Parliament.


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