‘It’s going to be an important day. We’ve got a lot of bills to strengthen the national security and defense. We’re a parliament at war, and we’ve got to work and protect Ukraine. So I expect you all colleagues at the session hall tomorrow at 10 a.m.,’ Andriy Parubiy said. He added that today the parliament will not work due to the ongoing blockade of the rostrum.
Since yesterday, the Radical Party, Batkivshchyna party, People’s Control party and a number of non-partisan MPs block both the tribune and the presidium of the parliament. The political forces demand lowering social tariffs and creating temporary investigation committees on the offshores of top-rank politicians.