Verkhovna Rada chairman Volodymyr Rybak asks MPs to stop quarreling and return to considering drafts. 

"The agenda includes 96 bills. I want to return to the practice of considering bills as we include a lot in the agenda, but our quarrels prevent us from considering these bills," Rybak said during conciliation board in the Parliament, Forum correspondent reports.

He noted that 33 bills are planned to be considered on Tuesday, two of which are authored by the President, eight are the governmental ones and ten relate to marking the anniversaries.

Rybak also paid attention of MPs to the fact that on Tuesday there will be considered the issue of election and dismissal of judges. On Wednesday, in addition to issues of ratification of international treaties, it is scheduled to consider other nine bills. On Thursday, three European integration drafts will be among 46 bills.

"I want to remind MPs of the need for individual attending the committee meetings. I remind you that the absent MPs won’t be paid salary. Let us obey the law," Rybak summed up.


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