The Verkhovna Rada committee on regulations and deputy ethics received no complaints about the conduct of the majority session yesterday, head of the regulations committee Volodymyr Makeyenko told reporters, ForUm correspondent reports.

"For five months of work of the Parliament, the committee has received no complaint about adoption or rejection of any bill or holding some plenary meeting, including the yesterday’s one as well," he said.

Makeyenko also sees no reason for law suits or re-voting for bills, passed yesterday at the plenary session of the majority.

"I do not understand what could be the reason for filing a law suit. Let me remind you that there was registration in the Parliament in the morning. Then there was registration in another room, there was video and live broadcast, the counting commission worked. Filing law suits needs grounds, rather than political expediency," MP said.

According to him, all the decisions, taken yesterday by the parliamentary majority, are legitimate and they should not be re-voted. "The chairman of the Parliament will sign these solutions, and I am sure that the President will do the same," Makeyenko summed up.


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