"An acquaintance took place. We proposed our date, which I announced before this meeting - May 19 ... But we discussed different dates, MPs have different opinions, so we can understand the date, probably, only on May 14, at the Rada meeting," he said.
The initiators of the decree were Serhiy Mishchenko, the MP without spinster party, Pavlo Pynzenyk, from the Committee on the Regulations and Organization of the Work of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, Ruslan Kniazevych, from the Committee on Legal Policy and Justice, Andriy Pavelko, from the Budget Committee and Yuriy Savchuk, Committee on the Prevention and Counteraction of Corruption.
According to RBC-Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky will be able to dissolve the parliament, where the current President and his Petro Poroshenko Bloc gained the majority - in case his inauguration will be held prio to May 27.
According to Ukrainian law, the president has the right to dissolve the parliament not later than six months before the new elections. Thus, newly elected President Volodymyr Zelensky who is the leader of the Servant of the People party, can dissolve the Verkhovna Rada, if his official entering to the office will happen till May 27.