The Verkhovna Rada rejected 12 resolutions to repeal the “anti-oligarchic” law

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The Verkhovna Rada rejected all 12 resolutions repealing the Verkhovna Rada’s decision to pass the presidential bill №5599, the so-called “anti-oligarchic” law.

UA reports this with reference to the broadcast of the parliament’s meeting.

“We have a whole galaxy of resolutions on the cancellation of the decision of the Verkhovna Rada of 23.09.2021 on the adoption in the 2nd reading and in general of the bill №5599” – said chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Ruslan Stefanchuk.

According to him, the MPs filed 12 resolutions. Most of them are from MPs of the “European Solidarity” faction.

This issue was considered under the abbreviated procedure and without a vote on inclusion in the agenda. The authors of the resolution alleged violation of the regulations during the adoption of the law and a violation of the Constitution.

At the same time, Danylo Hetmantsev, MP from the “Servant of the People” faction, accused them of delaying the signing of the law.

As a result, none of the resolutions received the required 226 votes.

To remind, on September 23 the Verkhovna Rada passed the bill №5599 on oligarchs. In total, 279 MPs voted for the document in the second reading.