Negotiations of the leaders of the parliamentary factions on unblocking of the work of the Parliament have yielded no results, ForUm correspondent reports.

The leader of the Batkivshchyna faction Arseniy Yatseniuk told a briefing that yesterday, the opposition submitted to the majority the bill on amendments to the Rules of the Parliament.
"However, this morning, the majority of MPs have proposed a lot of amendments," the politician said.

He recalled that opposition suggests passing the bill providing for a written registration before each sitting of MPs, and withdrawing cards of MPs, who are not registered.

In addition, according to Yatseniuk, it is proposed to suspend an MP, who votes for his colleague, by vote of 150 MPs.

The opposition also requires not to charge salary for MPs, absent without good reason, and to hold a second vote for a bill, if there is found evidence of non-personal voting.

In addition, the bill provides for the need to activate the new Rada system version.

In turn, leader of the UDAR Party faction Vitali Klitschko said that the opposition still hopes for fruitful talks. He said that today the faction leaders will meet again for talks in the office of speaker at 5 p.m.

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