The president Victor Yushchenko intends to appeal in the Constitutional Court to recognize unconstitutional the law on an order and the organization of work of the Verkhovna Rada after it will come into force.
The chairman Vladimir Litvin told it about it at meeting of a coordination board of parliament.
The speaker reported that Yushchenko sent the letter with which returns the relevant law without the signature to parliament.
"I consider necessary to appeal against the law of Ukraine on the organization and an order of activity of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine in the Constitutional Court after its introduction in force", - Litvin quoted the letter of the President.
The speaker noted that in connection with not signing by the President of this law he personally will sign it and will give an assignment to the office of Rada to provide its publication on February 17.
Litvin paid attention of deputies that actually since February 17 the regulations of Rada will be approved by the law, and urged them to carry out its norms steadily.
As it was reported, on February 3 the Verkhovna Rada repeatedly overcame the veto (Yushchenko applied the veto in April 2008) to the law "About the Organization and an Order of Activity of the Verkhovna Rada" adopted by it on April 8, 2008.
On September 4, 2008 Rada already overcame the veto to this law, but at procedure of its registration, other number in this connection Yushchenko repeatedly vetoed it was assigned to the law.
The president considers that the law, has to provide fixing at legislative level of points of order of her functioning, in particular an order of preparation and carrying out sessions of Rada, its meetings, formation of bodies of parliament, legislative procedure, procedure of consideration of other questions.
According to Yushchenko, Rada adopted the law containing only blanket norm which sends to other sources of the right and doesn't create appropriate legal base for parliament work.