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The Verkhovna Rada plans to start this plenary week with consideration of a package of bills on European integration, head of the Parliament Volodymyr Rybak said during the conciliation board, ForUm correspondent reports.
The head of the Parliament noted that the Verkhovna Rada plans to consider 101 issues during the plenary week from May 14 to 17. "These issues were agreed at the last meeting in April," Rybak said.
On Tuesday, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine is scheduled to consider two draft laws on amending the Constitution of Ukraine concerning immunity from prosecution.
“Today, we will consider under a special procedure bills on introducing amendments to the Constitution of Ukraine concerning immunity from prosecution,” the speaker said.
The meeting’s agenda, which was handed out to MPs and journalists, contains two bills on amendments to the fundamental law – one dealing with guarantees of immunity from prosecution for individual officials (submitted by Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych and Justice Ministry Oleksandr Lavrynovych) and one on immunity from prosecution (drafted by members of the Batkivschyna faction Mykola Tomenko, Serhiy Sas, and an independent MP Serhiy Mischenko). Both documents were registered in the Parliament in December 2012.