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Verkhovna Rada registers one more decree on date of Zelensky’s inauguration on May 19

The document is passed to the review of the parliament’s authorities, but it has not been published yet
22:03, 6 May 2019

 

Ukraine's president elect Volodymyr Zelensky, April 2019
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Ukraine's Parliament has registered one more the bill on holding the solemn session devoted to the President-elect Volodymyr Zelensky making an oath and start performing his duties. The website of the Verkhovna Rada reports this.

According to the report, the initiators of the decree was Viktor Baloha, non-affiliated MP. 

The document is passed to the review of the parliament’s authorities, but it has not been published yet.

Related: Zelensky urges Council of Rabbis to promote dialogue with Donbas, Crimea residents

Viktor Baloha suggested on his Facebook to hold the inauguration of Volodymyr Zelensky on May 19.

“It is not the proposition of Zelensky’s team. I am not acquainted with him, and I have not spoken with any members of his team. This is my personal initiative”, the MP added outlining that he is not afraid of the possible consequences, even if Zelensky decides to dismiss the parliament beforehand.

Related: Zelensky on dissolution of parliament: As soon as I have authority, you will get answer

The Verkhovna Rada registered the bill on holding the solemn session devoted to the President-elect Volodymyr Zelensky making an oath on May 19, 2019. The document was passed to the review of the parliament’s authorities.

Related: Institute of National Memory of Ukraine urges not to hold Zelensky’s inauguration on May 19

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