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Verkhovna Rada chairman Volodymyr Rybak hopes that the leaders of parliamentary factions will soon find a compromise to normalize the parliament's work, and plenary sessions will be held in a proper manner starting February 19, he told the Rada television channel.
"I wish there was no provocation in the Parliament... We need to listen to each other, bring our positions closer through the compromise, work and fulfill election campaign promises," the speaker said, having reiterated that he strongly opposes a forcible scenario of unblocking the Parliament, UKRINFORM news agency reported.
Rybak said that he prepared a memorandum on the principles of interaction of parliamentary factions in the organization of work of the Verkhovna Rada of the VII convocation in plenary sessions with proposals to normalize the situation, which was sent to the leaders of all parliamentary factions.
On Thursday morning, the Parliament’s chairman said the faction leaders will gather again at the meeting.
Rybak expressed the view that the blocking of the Parliament will continue for a maximum of two days, and then MPs, as stipulated by their schedule, will work in the committees, and the work of the Parliament in plenary sessions will be normalized from February 19.