Rada will go on vacation July 17
The next session will end on July 17 and the parliament will go on vacation, but if necessary, deputies can gather.
The Verkhovna Rada will not extend the work for the summer holidays, but if necessary, it can meet for an extraordinary meeting. This was announced on Tuesday, June 30, parliament speaker Dmitry Razumkov.
Earlier, the people’s deputy from the Servant of the people Elena Moshenets said that parliament could continue to work until the end of summer.
“If we talk about the time interval between sessions, this is not always a vacation. For example, if we look at the interval between the 2nd and 3rd sessions, many committees continued to work, someone went to rest, someone did not go. If we talk about work BP, as far as I know, the majority of people’s deputies continue to work, some in their districts, some in their place of residence and many other things related to the work of the people’s deputy, and these are not only committee meetings or plenary sessions, “Razumkov said.
At the same time, the head of parliament believes that because of the situation with the coronavirus, it is unlikely that anyone will go far abroad.
“If a meeting of the Verkhovna Rada is required, we have a mechanism – an extraordinary session of the Verkhovna Rada. It is convened at the request of 150 people’s deputies or the president. If we see what needs to be convened, everyone is ready to come and hold such an extraordinary session,” Razumkov said.
According to the schedule, the session should end on July 17, then the parliament will officially go on vacation.
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