President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has no right to veto the law on the temporary investigation commissions as 112 Ukraine reported citing Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada Andriy Parubiy.
“Mr. Zelensky I inform you that you have no right anymore to veto the law on the temporary investigation commissions. You can only sign it now. If it is vetoed, it will be a violation of the law. This law is adopted due to the demand of the Constitution of Ukraine; it creates the real parliamentary control in Ukraine and what is important, it clearly establishes and describes the procedure and parliamentary control of the temporary investigation commissions and the impeachment of the president,” Parubiy said.
He reported that today he will send the official letter to the head of the state with the demand to sign the law immediately.
“I will file this letter today officially. I am sure that the president of Ukraine will not violate not only the law but the Constitution of Ukraine also and will sign the law on the temporary investigation commissions soon,” the speaker added.
According to Article No. 94 of the Constitution of Ukraine, the President signs or returns the law with his proposals within 15 days after he received it.
If the President has not returned the document for reconsideration within the set term, the law is considered as approved by the President and has to be signed and published officially.
On June 12, law No. 1098 on temporary investigation commission and special temporary commission which regulates the order of impeachment, was signed by Parliament’s Spokesperson Andriy Parubiy and passed to President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky for signing.