"We wanted the best, but it turned out as always. We will need to take a political decision on the Rules," he said.
According to the speaker, there are "legal inconsistencies" in the adopted amendments to the Rules. "Satisfying a judgment of the Constitutional Court, we had some gaps. The Rules stipulate that the faction shall be formed by a political force, which has overcome 5% threshold and has deputies in the single-mandate constituencies. If the party’s deputies have not been elected in single-mandate constituencies, the party shall not have the right to form a faction. There are other problem points as well," Lytvyn said.
He also ruled out the possibility that the Communist Party does not form a faction, as it has no deputies elected in the single-mandate constituencies.
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