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News

03 June 2020, 15:00

Wednesday’s morning session

( Information Department of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Secretariat )

The Chairperson of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Dmytro Razumkov opened Wednesday’s plenary session.

 

  • The morning section

 

The Chairman gave the floor to representatives of the parliamentary factions and groups to make their announcements, statements, and proposals.

Afterwards, parliamentarians proceeded to the business of the day.

 

  • Bills, legislations and resolutions passed

 

On changes to a VRU resolution: Draft resolution No.3512

The draft resolution “On election of chairmen, first deputies, deputy chairmen, secretaries, members of committees of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine of the ninth convocation” was supported by 263 ayes.

 

On changes to a VRU resolution: Draft resolution No.3402

The draft resolution “On election of chairmen, first deputies, deputy chairmen, secretaries, members of committees of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine of the ninth convocation” was backed by 278 ayes.

 

On faster promulgation: Draft bill No.2228

The bill “On amendments to Article 15 of the Law of Ukraine ‘On access to public information’ (as for a shorter promulgation term for draft regulations, decisions of local governments)”. The first reading of the bill was confirmed by 298 ayes.

 

On right to change patronymic: Draft bill No.2450

The bill “On amendments to certain legislative acts of Ukraine regarding the right of individuals to change their patronymics” was supported by 247 assenting votes on its first reading.

 

On liability of pedestrians: Draft bill No.2697

The bill “On amendments to Article 127 of the Administrative Offences Code of Ukraine as for harsher liability of pedestrians for traffic offences” was approved by 277 ayes on its first reading.

 

On use of light-reflecting elements: Draft bill No.2694

The bill “On amendments to certain legislative acts of Ukraine as to the use of light-reflecting elements by pedestrians” was supported by 271 assenting votes on its first reading.


On use of light-reflecting elements by motoring public: Draft bill No.2696

The bill “On amendments to certain legislative acts of Ukraine as to the use of light-reflecting elements by road users” was supported by 264 assenting votes on its first reading.

 

On ARMA’s head: Draft resolution No.3456

The resolution “On selecting assignees to the nomination committee for the head of the National Agency of Ukraine for finding, tracing and management of assets derived from corruption and other crimes” was voted down by MPs.

 

On report of special commission: Draft resolution No.3252

By 293 ayes, the parliament has backed the semiannual performance report of the Verkhovna Rada temporary special commission on the legal status of war veterans.

 

On Ukraine’s accession to e-CMR deal: Draft bill No.0035

By 326 votes in favour, the parliament sanctioned the second reading of the bill “On the accession of Ukraine to the Additional Protocol to the Convention on the Contract for the International Carriage of Goods by Road (CMR) concerning the Electronic Consignment Note”.

 

On Ukraine-Belarus readmission accord: Draft bill No.0037

The Verkhovna Rada has ratified the second reading of the bill “On the ratification of the Readmission Agreement between Ukraine and the Republic of Belarus”. 271 parliamentarians supported this decision.

On social protection of orphans: Draft bill No.2013

The bill “On amendments to the Law of Ukraine ‘On the organizational and legal framework for social protection of orphans and children deprived of parental care’ (as for enhanced bursary and annual financial aid)” was taken by 337 parliamentarians on its first reading.

 

On museums: Draft bill No.2588

The bill “On amendments to certain legislative acts of Ukraine as to ensuring the activity of college museums” was backed by 331 ayes.

 

On parliamentary motions: Draft bill No.3157

The purpose of the bill “On amendments to the Law of Ukraine ‘On the status of a Ukrainian parliamentary’ (as for parliamentary motions)” is to expand the scope of exercising the right of a parliamentary to appeal to public authorities, local governments, enterprises, institutions and organizations regardless of ownership types. The document was supported by 297 votes in favour.

 

  • The Chairman was said to be in receipt of a prime minister’s motion concerning the Cabinet staff. The speaker instructed appropriate committees to consider the document and make their findings ready for review at the next plenary sitting.

 

The presiding officer closed the plenary sitting.