As ForUm correspondent reports from the session hall, speaking from the podium, Yatseniuk said that the Parliament’s speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn has refused to register the resolution of the opposition.
In turn, Lytvyn said that it is necessary to keep in mind that the Central Election Commission adopted a resolution on the re-elections in five constituencies, which does not correspond to the law on parliamentary elections and the powers of the CEC.
The Parliament considers advisable to temporary investigative commission on the establishment of the election results in some single-mandate constituencies. The leaders of the parliamentary factions and groups must submit proposals for the quantitative and personal composition of the temporary investigative commission till November 7, 2012.
The Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine is instructed to check the feasibility of attracting law enforcement officers to protect the order at the certain polling stations and district commissions on the election day and during the vote counting.
The CEC must again study materials for establishing the election results in the problem single-mandate constituencies in accordance with the law on the parliamentary elections.
Preliminary information on the issues is to be submitted to the Verkhovna Rada till November 9, 2012.
232 MPs have voted in favor of this decision, the decision is taken.
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