The Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Dmitry Razumkov does not exclude that in November the parliament will adopt the bill on democracy through an all-Ukrainian referendum in the second reading and as a whole. About it reports Interfax-Ukraine citing Razumkov’s comment.
“As for the bill on a national referendum, on the rule of the people … Now it is being prepared for the second reading. I think that in the near future, even in November … It is one of the priorities … As soon as it is ready, we will consider it,” he said.
Presidential bill “On democracy through an all-Ukrainian referendum” Verkhovna Rada adopted in first reading June 18. The draft law says that four questions can be submitted to the all-Ukrainian referendum. The document also states that it is impossible to submit to an all-Ukrainian referendum.
Note that in 2018, the Constitutional Court of Ukraine recognized inconsistent with the Basic Law, adopted during the time of Viktor Yanukovych, the law “On the All-Ukrainian Referendum” of November 6, 2012.
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