MPs are not set to extend tomorrow's plenary session till the end of consideration of all agenda issues, Parliament speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn told a briefing, ForUm correspondent reports.

"There are different points of view, but there is not a great desire to extend the meeting of the Parliament until the end of consideration of all issues. MPs offer to choose only those bills that do not have the political and propagandist nature relating to economic issues and to consider them during the plenary session," Lytvyn said.

According to him, such bills include proposals from the government and suggestions made at the meeting of the Conciliation Board.

"Everything will depend on the final version of the agenda, because as of today, we have more than 80 issues to consider, but it's just impossible task, even if the Parliament works until the morning of October 17," the speaker stressed.

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