Verkhovna Rada chairman Volodymyr Rybak urged MPs to stop confrontation and start working.

The speaker recalled that deputies found ways of understanding in course of the conciliation board meeting.

"The work effectiveness depends on maintaining an atmosphere of trust, which we have achieved," he said, opening the morning sitting of the Parliament, ForUm correspondent reports.

"Each of the political forces has mutual claims and hidden fears that another side will try to come out a winner in political confrontation," he said.

The speaker called on the MPs to observe the Parliament’s regulations during the plenary session, in particular to stop shout and whistle while the opponents are speaking from rostrum.

"We constantly hear cheering, whistling, chanting slogans like during football matches. We see banners with different slogans. Is it possible to work?" speaker outraged.

He also told deputies that chair of the sitting will disconnect the microphone, if an MP makes a statement regarding the matter, not on the agenda.

In addition, according to Rybak, the MPs have the right to speak in Parliament not in the state language.

"As for the right of MP to speak in another language, it is not against the law of Ukraine on national language policy," he said.


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