The MPs of the Verkhovna Rada will concentrate on the education reform, medical reform, accomplishment of the judicial reform, pension reform and the reform of the parliament during the seventh session of the eighth calling. The speaker of the Ukrainian Parliament Andry Paruby claimed this at the coordination board of the Verkhovna Rada on September 4 that was broadcasted by 112 Ukraine.
Paruby offered the common logic of the work of the Parliament in autumn. According to him, this autumn should pass under the reforms sign.
‘We tried and tested the basis of work for many important and fundamental reforms last spring and we have a chance and I am sure that we have enough responsibility to consider every of these reforms at the hall. I would name the education reform, medical reform, accomplishment of the judicial reform, pension reform and the reform of the parliament as the most important. I am sure that each of these reforms needs more detailed, fundamental and deep consideration, each of them carries the important changes in its sphere and the fates of people are behind each of these reforms’, Paruby said.
He expressed the conviction that the Parliament should consider every of the offered reforms in the full procedure.