All acts adopted by the Verkhovna Rada after the Constitutional court in April of the current year were recognized unconstitutional by regulations, can be appealed in KS.
"Any decision of the Verkhovna Rada in the form of the legal act - the resolution or the law (accepted after KS recognized unconstitutional regulations - an edition),-taken effect, can be appealed in KS in accordance with the established procedure", - the judge of KS Dmitry Lilak on a press - conferences on Friday told.
Lilak reminded that KS recognized on April 1, 2008 unconstitutional regulations of the Verkhovna Rada which was it is accepted the resolution, instead of in the form of the law. "The Verkhovna Rada didn't execute this decision and KS had to be consecutive and take this step (repeatedly to recognize temporary regulations unconstitutional - an edition he said.
Lilak also reported that KS, since 2008, in 5 decisions and in 5 definitions indicated to the Verkhovna Rada this problem.
"The regulations in the form of the law demand to accept 10 years of KS, but the Verkhovna Rada doesn't do it and, in my opinion, for the known reasons", - the judge noted. According to him, in case of adoption of regulations in the form of the law "procedure эд-Hok wouldn't take place".
At the same time, Lilak found it difficult to answer a question, whether it is possible to consider constitutional laws and the resolutions of the Verkhovna Rada adopted on the basis of temporary regulations. "Here I avoid to give the direct answer - how to arrive with those laws", - he told.
Answering a question, whether laws which were adopted by the Verkhovna Rada after September 17 when KS repeatedly recognized unconstitutional the temporary regulations are constitutional, Lilak told: "There can be legal problems". In particular, in his opinion, there can be problems with signing of these laws or publication.
At the same time, Lilak, answering a question, whether the parliament without the approved regulations can continue to work, declared that there are standards of the Constitution which define an order of activity of the Verkhovna Rada and "absence of regulations isn't an obstacle for adoption of laws".
As it was reported, on April 7, 2008 the Constitutional court recognized unconstitutional the parliament resolution "About regulations of the Verkhovna Rada" of March 16, 2006 as a whole. In the solution of KS it is noted that after the introduction in action of the Constitution of Ukraine the question of the organization and a poyadka of activity of the Verkhovna Rada, and also the status of People's Deputies has to be solved only the law.
On April 8, 2008 the Verkhovna Rada approved as the resolution temporary regulations of the activity