The majority has put forward two proposals in course of talks among the leaders of the factions concerning unblocking of work of the Parliament, leader of the Party of Regions faction Oleksandr Yefremov told a briefing, ForUm correspondent reports.
According to him, the leaders of the parliamentary factions were proposed a draft law on responsibility of MPs for absence at work. "It provides that if an MP is not present at work for a month, the speaker and 226 MPs have the right to sue the deputy, and the court has the right to withdraw the deputy's mandate. In fact, it is the norm of the Labor Code: if a person does not go to work, then the chief has right to fire him," Yefremov explained.
He added that if there is doubt about the constitutionality of such a law, the Constitutional Court has to clarify the issue. He stressed that the majority "has enough power to amend the Constitution".
The second proposal of the majority is the bill on responsibility of members of Parliament for blocking, which is already registered in the Verkhovna Rada. "It provides for the same mechanism as the previous bill," he said.
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