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Ukrainian MPs are ready to work overtime to make changes to the electoral law before the summit of "Eastern Partnership", which will be held in November in Vilnius, deputies Ruslan Knyazevych from Fatherland faction, Rostyslav Pavlenko from UDAR and Dmytro Shpenov from the Party of Regions said during a round table, ForUm correspondent reports.
According to Knyazevych, Parliament has only one plenary week before the summit, and he doubts that during this time the deputies will have enough time to develop and adopt the bills on elections taken into account the positions of all political factions.
He proposed the Justice Ministry to make urgently developments to the Verkhovna Rada and submit them to the committee on state building and local self-government and then to hold an extraordinary session of the Parliament.
"We are ready to work at extraordinary meetings," Knyazevych said.
He was supported by MP from UDAR Rostyslav Pavlenko, as well as by Dmytro Shpenov from the Party of Regions.