The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine will not consider the issue of local elections this plenary week, ForUm correspondent reports.

In particular, speaker Volodymyr Rybak explained that due to the decision of the Constitutional Court, the issue of local elections is withdrawn from the agenda and will be processed in the appropriate committee.

In addition, according to Rybak, on June 4-7, the Parliament will consider 80 issues. In general, these are documents, which MPs did not have time to consider the last plenary week of May.

The Parliament will also consider 22 government bills, fully prepared in the committees and ready for a second reading. The agenda includes two presidential bills as well. In particular, the draft law on the ratification of the loan agreement (completion of subway in Dnipropetrovsk) between Ukraine and the EBRD and the draft law on ratification of the agreement between Ukraine and the United Arab Emirates on extradition.

On Friday it is expected to hear the government's report on execution of the law of Ukraine on state budget for 2012 and adoption of the resolution on the guidelines for the budget policy for 2014.


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