This plenary week the Verkhovna Rada is going to consider 125 issues, Parliament’s speaker Volodymyr Rybak said during conciliation board of faction leaders and chairmen of committees of Parliament, ForUm correspondent reports.

He stressed that thanks to the fruitful work of the Parliament last week, the agenda for this week has been substantially revised. It includes mostly new bills.

According to him, on Tuesday it is scheduled to consider 53 issues: 17 - should be included in the agenda. Among them there is a bill on the repeated parliamentary elections in some constituencies.

"Agenda of Wednesday provides for nine bills, by the opposition mostly. Hearings on implementation of court rulings will start at 3 p.m. 57 issues are planned for Thursday, 29 of which are the bills in the second reading. MPs are also to consider amendments to the Land Code of Ukraine regarding the acquisition of ownership of the land," Rybak said.

He also informed that deputies plan to elect and dismiss judges, appoint a member of the National Council for Television and Radio Broadcasting.

Rybak added that on Friday Hour of questions to the government is traditionally held. He urged MPs to decide which of the ministers they want to hear to, and on what subject.

The Friday's agenda will include a report on the execution of budget 2013 and the issue of the main directions of budgetary policy for 2014.

MPs also want to hear the report of the commission for the investigation into revision of the will of the Ukrainian people in the parliamentary elections in 2012.


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