The Party of Regions and Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc in common prepare changes in the law "About Presidential Elections".
Before the end of the week in the Verkhovna Rada the bill of changes in the relevant law of authorship of lawyers of these two forces will be registered, writes "Business".
Changes will concern first of all an appellate procedure of results of elections and optimization of work of territorial election commissions.
The coauthor of the bill, vice-the speaker "regional" Alexander Lavrinovich reported to the newspaper that till Thursday negotiation groups intend to coordinate all disputed issues.
In turn, "byutovets" Andrey Portnov who is included also into negotiation group, claims that the purpose of changes - to make process of presidential elections by more transparent.
"We will cancel absentee ballots, we will forbid home voting, we will order process of the appeal of decisions of territorial electoral commissions", - Portnov explains.
However the main intrigue of collaboration of BYuT and Party of Regions as writes the edition, settlement of an appellate procedure of results of elections in vessels is.
As Lavrinovich hinted, the main point of changes will concern a role of the Supreme Court of Ukraine (SCU).
According to newspaper sources, influence of VSU on electoral process can be limited.
It is known that VSU are headed now by the native of BYuT Vasily Onopenko. His son-in-law, the deputy minister of justice "byutovets" Evgeny Korniychuk clashes with Portnov.
Developers of the bill while refused to open the details of changes concerning VSU.
"There are different points of view on this question, we still discuss it", - Lavrinovich noted.
In turn deputies - the "byutovets" close to Onopenko, already estimated the bill as "not democratic".
It is characteristic that after a failure of joint modification of the Constitution cooperation of lawyers from Party of Regions and Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc didn't stop. "I, as well as Andrey Portnov, are delegated by the management of our fractions", - Lavrinovich explains.