The Opposition Platform - For Life has enough reasons to appeal the land law to the Constitutional Court. The chairman of the political council of the party "Opposition Platform - For Life", MP Viktor Medvedchuk stated this on the 112 Ukraine TV channel.
“First: as a lawyer, I can tell you that today we definitely have enough data that are the subject of appeal in the Constitutional Court. Moreover, we are sure that the violations that were committed in the procedure for considering this issue, especially today, because the authorities tried to violate both the law on the regulations and the Constitution back in December, when our edits were ignored, but I recall that our party introduced them 3,299 and insisted that each of these edits should be considered, so , as this is required by the law on regulations and the Constitution. And we followed this path of consideration, although the authorities, naturally, categorically opposed this," - he said.
Medvedchuk also commented on today's consideration of the land bill in parliament.
"But today, what happened today is, firstly, what happens at an extraordinary parliamentary meeting, when they switched from the usual regime of consideration of the draft law to the regime of the third during one day of the extraordinary plenary meeting, and what the sixth hour has already taken place in parliament, it means only one thing: Firstly, there are no MPs today in the quantity that is necessary when considering any issue. I have already said that there are less than 226. Secondly, the law on regulations directly requires that this This question should be heard in the plenary session of a regular and not an extraordinary plenary session. Moreover, today the country has been quarantined, there are 170-180 people's MPs in the hall, and in the morning there were 250-270, 320, that it was announced that the number of people cannot exceed 5 or 10 people in one place, "the MP noted.
He stressed that today parliament had to get together in order to pass laws aimed at combating coronavirus.
“The parliament should do everything to fight the coronavirus today, yes, the parliament had to get together today to pass laws aimed at combating the coronavirus. We adopted these laws, moreover, we voted on staffing issues, we did everything we needed to in order to strengthen state policy in the fight against the coronavirus epidemic, but what happens in relation to banking when, in violation of the law on regulations, they dragged from the floor a bill that was not considered and was not September, in December, they voted it in the first reading so that for the sake of the IMF to vote for it finally and in the second reading in a week, today the land law was transferred from the plenary session to the extraordinary plenary session and they are trying to do everything necessary to that BP would accept it at any cost in violation of the law on the regulations and the Constitution - this is blasphemy, this is a crime," - the parliamentarian said.
As we reported, the meeting of MPs in the interparliamentary dimension of the Normandy Four format could take place in April or May