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Servant of the People announced law on lifting immunity for non-attendance

Source : 112 Ukraine

“If you do not attend office for, say, 30% of the working time - you lose the mandate," the head of political party Dmytro Razumkov said
12:29, 24 July 2019

Head of the Servant of the People Party Dmytro Razumkov
Liga.net

The head of the Servant of the People Party Dmytro Razumkov announced the law on the recall of the parliamentary mandate for non-attendance. Razumkov told the press how they were going to fight with the non-attendance of the MPs, sharing the plans in an interview with RBC-Ukraine.   

“We are planning this, and we believe that it will be right if there is a procedure of recalling a parliamentary," Razumkov said.

According to him, the procedure of withdrawal of an MP will be defined at the legislative level.

“One of the formats we have been considering is a referendum on the withdrawal of a parliamentarian; it can also be provided for by the law: if you do not attend office for, say, 30% of the working time,” Razumkov said.

Related: Aftertaste of elections: Who was elected to Ukrainian parliament and why?

The head of the political party added that the procedure for recalling the mandate would be determined by the law.

As it was reported earlier, snap parliamentary elections in Ukraine are over now. Polling stations have been closed, so sociological agencies now publish their results. See the final results of exit polls: who won the elections to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. Basically, Servant of the People gets the one-party majority in the parliament

Related: Ukraine parliamentary election shows people's commitment to democratic ideas, - U.S. State Department

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