At least 380 bills and resolutions are planned to be considered during the second session of the Verkhovna Rada of the 7th convocation, Verkhovna Rada speaker Volodymyr Rybak said during the coordination board, ForUm correspondent reports.
At this plenary week (February 5 - 8), MPs plan to consider 27 questions in three session days.
According to the speaker of Parliament, on Tuesday, February 5, MPs will consider six organizational matters relating to the plenary hearings and appointment of some extraordinary local elections, as well as three bills.
On Wednesday, the MPs plan to work in the committees.
On Thursday, 13 issues will be considered. In particular, these are ratifications, dismissals and appointments of judges, appointment of elections, as well as a number of bills with the proposals of the President of Ukraine.
On Friday, the deputies plan to hold "Government’s Question Hour". As first vice Prime Minister Serhiy Arbuzov assured, the ministers are ready to come to the Parliament and to answer all the questions of the MPs.
Opposition factions said that the Parliament will work only if the MPs vote personally. The head of the Batkivshchyna faction Arseniy Yatsenyuk continues insisting on the introduction of Rada-3 voting system. He is supported by the UDAR Party faction head Vitali Klitschko. The Svoboda faction head Oleh Tyahnybok offers to block voting cards of the MPs, who fail to register before the sitting.
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