Ukrainian lawmakers consider the draft law on the Supreme Anti-Corruption Court. This is mentioned in the official agenda, as published on the website of the Parliament.
270 amendments of 1,927 are left to be viewed.
Speaker Andriy Parubiy urged the Parliamentary Committee for Legal Policy and Justice to focus on the solution of the most disputed provisions of the document.
The basis of the law was approved in March.
The preparation to the June 7 voting is underway, said Iryna Lutsenko, the presidential envoy to the Ukrainian Parliament.
'We have already gone ahead considering this draft law, over 2,000 amendments already came in. We are at the stage of considering the amendments to the second reading, the debates are on, one-third of all amendments have been considered. Considering the dynamics, we made a deal with the parliamentary administration and heads of the factions on cancelling all the breaks in order the head of the parliamentary committee (on legal policy and justice, - 112 International) could answer the questions if the MPs, they have already considered all those amendments and start considering the draft law during Thursday voting,' the official said.