Drone is flying in the Verkhovna Rada
Parubiy says it's an attempt to disrupt parliamentary session
A drone was flying today in a session hall of the Verkhovna Rada, during the working on a draft bill on the National committee for regulating in the energy sector and municipal services.
The unmanned flying vehicle was launched by the Batkivshchyna Deputy Ihor Lutsenko from the judges’ lodge. According to Lutsenko, he is going to bring into light voter fraudsters (those voting for absent MPs).
Consequently Speaker Parubiy stated that it was an arttemprt to disrupt a plenary session and called the deputies for discipline.First Deputy Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Iryna Gerashchenko claimed that such actions violate art.51 of the Verkhovna Rada order about foreign items in the session hall.
After Rada has failed the bill on on the National committee for regulating in the energy sector and municipal services and sent it to the second reading.
After the launch of the quadcopter and the break MPs continued their work.
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