The Verkhovna Rada has introduced amendments in the law on de-occupation of Donbass No. 7163, which eliminated inconsistency in the question of renewal of civil-military administrations in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions.
The decision the Parliament adopted at the meeting of 6 Feb.
“Changes to the law on de-occupation of Donbass. The Committee clarified in law that I was able to sign today”, – said the head of the Verkhovna Rada Andrew Parubiy.
He noted that the changes are both technically legal and meaningful – eliminates inconsistency in the question of renewal of civil-military administrations in the Donbass.
Secretary of the parliamentary Committee on national security and defence Ivan Vinnik said that this matter, the Committee could agree myself, but decided to make it into the hall of Parliament, since the bill got a response.
The speaker of Parliament said that to discuss the edit makes no sense, since the proposal of the Committee, the deputies got acquainted during lunch.
After that 228 votes Ramipril these changes.
Parubiy promised that if the machine will have time to make them into a law, he at the end of the meeting publicly will sign it.
As told “the Ukrainian truth” winnick, previously the law was spelled out on the edit, which included the validity of civil-military administrations up to 28 February 2018. During the voting for the law was made another edit, which eliminates croquet CAA.
Winnick noted that since this correction has appeared in the fourth column, it was decided to re-vote.
“It was a demonstration of respect for the rules. Especially because some of the faction from time to time accuse us of violating the regulations,” he said.
Also, he said, had taken the other edits. For example, the words in the text “foreign intelligence service and others” was replaced by “intelligence agencies”, in the definition of “General staff of the SBU activities and the ATO can be carried out “in parallel and simultaneously” removed the word “parallel” and the word “handicapped” was replaced with “persons with disabilities”.