The president Victor Yushchenko vetoes new edition of the law on presidential elections if to the second reading deputies don't change procedure of formation of election commissions.
It in interview to journalists was declared by the representative of the president in the Verkhovna Rada Igor Popov, reports Лига.net.
Popov noted that in present option the project of changes in the law on presidential elections looks as arrangement of two large political forces ", first of all, actually individually to create election commissions and not to give chances to any other political forces to leave at least in the second round".
"And in the second round to hold negotiations, to provide each other positions in future power the one who will win elections, became a president, and the position the prime minister - the minister will be guaranteed to another. Mechanisms for the appeal of similar decisions also practically aren't present", - he told.
On the remark of journalists that BYuT and Party of Regions can overcome the veto of the president, Popov told that the coordination board on Monday "showed how many problems will be with opening of plenary sessions this week".
Thus the official didn't exclude also a problem with closing of session and carrying out emergency meetings or sessions in the period of planned summer vacations.
"For this reason now there are a lot of not coherences between political forces, and these arrangements very shaky between Party of Regions and BYuT. And it is possible, remarks of the president will disorganize these arrangements in this part", - he noted.
Answering the question, what amendments have to be introduced in the document that the president didn't veto the law, Popov noted: the greatest remarks today - to the principle of formation of election commissions from representatives of candidates for president, and also parliamentary political parties.
Earlier Verkhovna Rada assumed as a basis the bill which provides reduction of election campaign till 90 days.