MPs have passed about 20 bills out of 100, submitted by the Cabinet of Ministers to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, first vice Prime Minister Serhiy Arbuzov said in interview with the ICTV Ukrainian TV channel.

"We submitted more than 100 bills. About 20 have been passed. It is very difficult to work in an environment, when the government is trying to remedy the situation, adopt socially important laws, laws, which would give an opportunity to strengthen the economy, but the laws are not taken," Arbuzov said.

According to him, the Parliament did not also passed a package of bills, provided for by the economy revitalization program for 2013-2014.

Arbuzov added that the Parliament hampers the adoption of the law on co-operation in the village. "This is also a problem, which is not solved. We are ready to give concessions, are willing to give resources, but the law does not work, it is not passed," first vice PM said.

In addition, Arbuzov doubts that MPs will have time to take all the necessary European integration bills. "We have to pass the laws of European integration. We still have not taken the whole list. We do not know how it will influence the EU's session," Arbuzov worried.

According to him, at the end of the year, when the government will have to explain why they have not done, what they promised, officials will have to shift responsibility to the Parliament. "We would not want to do it," Arbuzov said.


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