The laws adopted by the Verkhovna Rada on September 2 which the President of Ukraine Victor Yushchenko called unconstitutional, aren't the basis for disorder of the democratic coalition. It today on a press - conferences were declared by the prime minister - the minister Yulia Timoshenko, the correspondent of RBC - Ukraine reports. " … It was necessary to adopt those bills which wouldn't allow to shake further the country, and would give stability because were tired already all", - she noted.
In particular, the adopted law on temporary commissions of inquiry corresponds to the Constitution and gives the chance to deputies to carry out investigative actions if the State Office of Public Prosecutor stays idle, considers Yu. Tymoshenko. The prime minister - the minister also reminded that for this law adopted on September 2 "without any changes", in 2004 V. Yushchenko voted also, being the People's Deputy.