‘There are not enough votes in Ukraine’s parliament to support IMF bills’: MP

Source : 112 Ukraine

There are 15 bills on parliament’s agenda, necessary for further cooperation with IMF
11:15, 19 May 2016

Currently, Ukraine’s parliament doesn’t have enough votes to support bills for cooperation with the International Monetary Fund, Ukraine’s MP Mykhailo Golovko informed in an interview to ‘112 Ukraine’.

‘The problem is that, currently, many MPs are simply not in the parliament hall, which is why, I believe, the bills won’t be supported by 226 votes’, - he said.

Golovko himself is not going to cast his vote for the bills: ‘I’m not a member of the ruling coalition and I’m not going to cast my vote for these anti-national laws they’re trying to inflict on the country as part of agreement with IMF’, - he said.

Earlier, Ukraine’s parliament Speaker Andriy Parubiy stated, that there are 15 bills on the agenda, necessary for further cooperation with the International Monetary Fund.

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