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The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine did not support any of the three bills that envisaged the introduction of amendments to the law on the Ukrainian capital concerning the combination of the posts of heads of Kyiv City State Administration (KCSA) and Kyiv City Council.
MPs discussed this issue for two hours at a meeting on Tuesday, but none of the bills collected the necessary 226 votes.
One of them, No. 1032 (on the combination of posts of heads of Kyiv City State Administration and Kyiv City Council), was submitted by the UDAR faction leader Vitali Klitschko. The two others were submitted by the Batkivschyna MPs: No. 1032-1 (on the appointment to the post of head of Kyiv City State Administration only of the person elected by Kyiv mayor) by Andriy Pavlovsky, and No. 1032-2 (on the restoration of an integrated system of local government in Kyiv) by Viacheslav Kyrylenko.
The Parliament also rejected bill No. 1032-3 (on the order of the formation of district councils) submitted by Batkivschyna MP Oleksandr Chornovolenko.