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Parliament to have enough votes to adopt law on Ukraine's Euro-Atlantic aspirations, - MP

Ivan Krulko, the lawmaker from Batkivshchyna party, said this at 'The Pulse', the big political show at 112 Ukraine TV channel
22:56, 4 September 2018

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The Ukrainian Parliament will find 226 votes (the simple majority in the Verkhovna Rada, - 112 International) for the draft law No.9037 about this country's European and Atlantic aspirations. Ivan Krulko, the lawmaker from Batkivshchyna party, said this during the second edition of The Pulse, the big political show at 112 Ukraine TV channel.

'The President filed the draft law on submitting the changes to the Constitution. What is it for? Apparently, this bill can gain 226 votes in the first reading. But why the president only offers this now, not four years ago? Because this is a typical story before the presidential election. Nothing good to tell the society', he said.  

According to him, Batkivshchyna will vote for Ukraine's strategic course to the EU. However, this particular bill should be developed further, he said.

The respective draft law, submitted by President Petro Poroshenko, was registered in the Verkhovna Rada on Monday, September 3. The text was uploaded and released via the official website of the Ukrainian Parliament.

As we reported, 112 Ukraine TV channel launched a new political show called The Pulse. Hosts Volodymyr Poluyev and Anna Stepanets gather the audience, along with politicians and political experts - to talk on a wide variety of essential political and social issues. The audience is welcome to answer the questions announced by the hosts on the real-time basis. 

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