Litvin will sign the law vetoed by Yushchenko

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The high-ranking employee of the secretariat of parliament told the Kommersant-Ukraina newspaper about it on the condition of anonymity.

"If to proceed from logic, Vladimir Mikhaylovich (Litvin), most likely, will sign it as was and with the vetoed president the law on temporary commissions of inquiry of parliament", - the employee of the secretariat of the Verkhovna Rada told.

It is known that on March 19 this year deputies adopted the law making changes to laws on KS and Cabinet of Ministers. They, in particular, deprive of the president of the right repeatedly to challenge the rights of a response of the constitutional representations in KS of the decision of the government on which the court refused production opening, and also, and oblige to finish KS consideration of the case even in case of cancellation of the challenged act of Cabinet of Ministers.

On April 8 the president Victor Yushchenko vetoed this law, having declared that the document doesn't correspond to the Constitution. He emphasized that the basic law doesn't define, how many time it has the right to stop acts of Cabinet of Ministers. Besides, the president insisted that KS has the right to refuse opening of the constitutional production on procedure of impeachment and it can't oblige to be made it in any concrete terms.

On April 14 parliamentarians managed to overcome the presidential veto - for 386 deputies of all fractions of the Verkhovna Rada voted.

On April 29 the deputy head of BYuT fraction Andrey Portnov urged the speaker to fulfill requirements of the Constitution and to sign the mentioned law as on April 29 I expired the term allocated for the president on signing of the document after overcoming of the veto.

The head of the Verkhovna Rada Vladimir Litvin, most likely, will sign the law on modification of laws on the Constitutional Court and the Cabinet, accepted by parliament on March 19 and vetoed by the president.


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