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22 December 2017

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22 December 2017

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20 December 2017

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19 December 2017

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News

07 September 2017, 19:01

Evening meeting’s over

( Information Department of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Secretariat )

MPs are going on with consideration of amendments to the draft bill No.6232 (a new version) altering a series of Ukrainian codes and legislative acts.

The draft bill was eventually stood over for further discussions through an unheard-of number of corrections.

The presiding officer closed the meeting.