The Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Andriy Parubiy at the Conciliation Board meeting informed that on April 17 MPs will work on bills regarding support to victims of the Chornobyl accident, 5 bills on Nuclear policy and security and bills concerning Ecology policy.
Parubiy said that April 18 will be dedicated to the consideration of ratifications. Chairman also offered to start discussions of bills on Economy policy, which has a lot of amendments.
On April 19 Parubiy suggested passing blocks of bills on Agrarian policy and on intellectual property issues.
This week agenda does not provide solving the issue on the election of new members of the Central Election Commission (CEC), despite the fact that, as stated by the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Andriy Parubiy, the audit of all candidates for these positions is over. There are no bills on the agenda to abolish the e-declaration of anti-corruption activists as well. According to experts of the USAID RADA Program in order to delay the process, a new bill will now be prepared by the Presidential Administration, as the President's representative in the Verkhovna Rada informed a few days ago.