The Rada lacks the political will to approve bills that world restore the electronic declarations or deal with the Constitutional Court
Thursday, November 19, 2020

The Rada lacks the political will to approve bills that world restore the electronic declarations or deal with the Constitutional Court

The Rada lacks the political will to approve bills that world restore the electronic declarations or deal with the Constitutional Court, a body determined to dismantle much of the Europe-oriented institutions adopted since the 2014 Revolution of Dignity, the parliament’s deputy speaker Olena Kondratiuk told ICTV ‘Freedom of Speech’ program. “Unfortunately, now there is no political will in the parliament to pass any bill concerning both the return to electronic declaration […] and the reconstruction of the Constitutional Court,” she said, predicting that any action will be deferred until Dec. 1.

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