For today there are no bases for dissolution of the Verkhovna Rada. It was declared the day before by the chairman of the Constitutional court of Ukraine Andrey Strizhak on air of ICTV.
"Occasions don't come. If there are in the Constitution written-out bases if these bases appear, they can appear today, they can appear tomorrow, they can appear the day after tomorrow. The only thing that is Constitution caution: the last six months prior to an election of the president of it it is impossible to do that there were two or three occasions. For today they aren't present", - he told.
Answering a question of rather possible lobbying of interests of the President with the Constitutional court, A.Strizhak noted that Ukraine - one of the few countries where judges equally (on six) are appointed by the President, the Verkhovna Rada and congress of judges. "Where here majority? To speak about someone's majority it is simply naive", - he told.
At the same time on May 13 of this year the deputy head of the Secretariat of president Igor Popov declared that the Secretariat of the president doesn't exclude possibility of dissolution of the Verkhovna Rada if work of parliament isn't unblocked soon. "The parliament has to be unblocked, accept date (presidential election). If it isn't unblocked, the new parliament will accept this date in September", - he told. Answering a question concerning possibility of dissolution of the Verkhovna Rada, I. Popov noted: "If there is a political arrangement on if parliamentary crisis proceeds".
We will note, People's Deputies from Party of Regions since May 12 blocked a parliamentary tribune, demanding positive vote for resignation of the Minister of Internal Affairs Yury Lutsenko who became the person involved in scandal at the airport of Frankfurt am Main. On May 14 deputies from PR unblocked a tribune.
In turn the speaker of parliament Vladimir Litvin and representatives of BYuT fraction declared earlier that "regionals" blocking work of BP intend to achieve its dissolution (The constitution provides possibility of dissolution of parliament if it didn't gather for meetings during session within 30 days).
We will remind, on April 30 of this year.the constant representative of BP in the Constitutional court of Ukraine Anatoly Selivanov declared that today there are no bases for dissolution of the Verkhovna Rada. According to him, KSU in the decision established that according to the Constitution, right after parliamentary elections the coalition is obliged to give the candidate new the prime minister - the minister, and in all other cases only has the right. "Therefore, no bases for dissolution, for the early termination of powers of BP, exist. That is, if KSU defined that it is a duty of the coalition to provide offers concerning the candidate the prime minister - the minister, it could be treated on - to a miscellaneous, but in the solution of KSU and in that conclusion which the court drew, we see that any bases in order that the question of the early termination of powers of BP was initiated, isn't present", - he told.