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Dmytro Razumkov presented awards of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine to employees of the Department of State Security of Ukraine

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15 January 2021, 10:00

Deputy Chairperson of The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Olena Kondratiuk Congratulates the Ukrainian Free University on the Centenary

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14 January 2021, 15:30

“The Parliament of Ukraine must consider the Government's responsibility for the failure to vaccinate Ukrainians from COVID-19,” Deputy Chairperson of the Verkhovna Rada Olena Kondratiuk

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14 January 2021, 13:00

The Committee on Digital Transformation began a public discussion of the draft law on critical infrastructure

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14 January 2021, 11:15

Committee on Ukraine's Integration into the European Union is working on a bill banning acoustic violence in public transport

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14 January 2021, 09:15

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13 January 2021, 16:37

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13 January 2021, 11:19

Chairperson of The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Dmytro Razumkov met with President of the Republic of Moldova Maia Sandu

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23 December 2020

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05 November 2020

The draft Law “On the Principles of State Anticorruption Policy for 2020-2024” was adopted as a basis

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23 October 2020

MPs work on districts

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15 January 2021

Deputy Chairperson of The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Olena Kondratiuk Congratulates the Ukrainian Free University on the Centenary

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14 January 2021

“The Parliament of Ukraine must consider the Government's responsibility for the failure to vaccinate Ukrainians from COVID-19,” Deputy Chairperson of the Verkhovna Rada Olena Kondratiuk

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14 January 2021

The Committee on Digital Transformation began a public discussion of the draft law on critical infrastructure

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14 January 2021

Committee on Ukraine's Integration into the European Union is working on a bill banning acoustic violence in public transport

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13 January 2021

On January 13, Lithuania celebrates the Freedom Defender's Day

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06 January 2021

Congratulations of First Deputy Chairperson of The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Ruslan Stefanchuk on the Nativity of Christ

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Results of the legislative work of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine in 2020

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News

15 August 2019, 19:40

Preparatory group’s 3rd meeting contours family of parliamentary committees along with their scopes of activity

( Information Department of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Secretariat )

 The Preparatory parliamentary group has examined all the proposals developed by the sub-groups in charge of the organization of the new parliament’s work

August 15th. At the beginning of the Preparatory group’s third meeting, Dmytro Razumkov, the group head, apprised that the both subgroups had been quite active at their work. He reminded that the agenda had encompassed the issues of functioning of the parliamentary committees together with their remits as well as supporting the first plenary session’s work.

Before hearing the results of the sub-groups’ work, Artur Herasymov, MP, on behalf of two political forces - the European Solidarity party and the All-Ukrainian Association “Batkivshchyna” - proposed to adjourn the meeting and invite members of veterans' organizations to discuss the creation of a veterans affairs committee. Following the discussion, the group head announced an adjournment of the meeting and invited the participants to enter into consultations with the representatives of veterans' organizations.

After the break, the head Dmytro Razumkov stressed that the veterans issue falls today within the competence of all the parliamentary committees and noted that the problem does not lie in designations, but rather in desire to work. He assured that protecting the rights of veterans is a matter of public policy and education of future generations.

The floor was then given to the second sub-group’s coordinator. He reported about the work of the sub-group and clued up of the agreed position to request the Central Election Commission to provide certificates and ensigns of Ukrainian parliamentarians to newly elected members of parliament during a solemn meeting of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.

In addition, the members of the parliamentary group voted for calling on the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine of the eighth convocation to invite representatives of international organizations to the said solemn sitting of the parliament.

The coordinator of the Preparatory group’s first sub-group also reported on the agreed decision to reduce the number of parliamentary committees and added that there would be no ad hoc supervisory panel of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on privatization in the new convocation of parliament. According to him, there are planned twenty three committees to be re-established in the newly elected Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. He then read out the sub-group’s proposals on preliminary names of the committees to be then submitted up to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine for approval.

It was suggested that the following committees be set up:

1.     Committee on Finance, Taxation and Customs Policy.

2.     Committee on Budget.

3.     Committee on Economic Development.

4.     Committee on Humanitarian and Information Policy.

5.     Youth and Sports Committee.

6.     Committee on Education, Science and Innovations.

7.     Committee on Human Rights, Deoccupation and Reintegration of Temporarily Occupied Territories in Donetsk and Luhansk Regions and Autonomous Republic of Crimea, National Minorities and Interethnic Relations.

8.     Digital Transformation Committee.

9.     Legal Policy Committee.

10.Committee on Agrarian and Land Policy.

11.Committee on Anti-Corruption Policy.

12.Committee on Law Enforcement.

13.Committee on Energy, Housing and Utilities Services.

14.Committee on Transport and Infrastructure.

15.Committee on State Building, Local Self-Government, Regional and Urban Development.

16.Committee on National Security, Defence and Intelligence.

17.Committee on Public Health, Medical Assistance and Medical Insurance.

18.Committee on Environmental Policy and Nature Management.

19.Committee on Freedom of Speech.

20.Committee on Rules of Procedure, Parliamentary Ethics and Verkhovna   Rada of Ukraine Administration.

21.Committee on Foreign Policy and Inter-Parliamentary Cooperation.

22.Committee on European Integration.

23.Committee on Social Policy and Protection of Veterans’ Rights.

The committees’ remits elaborated by the sub-group were also voted for during the meeting.

Participants of the meeting discussed a proposal to establish a temporary special commission on veterans affairs.

The next meeting of the Preparatory parliamentary group will be held on Tuesday, August 20. It will touch upon personnel matters of the parliamentary committees.