In May Ukrainian Parliament will work 2 weeks in a row, therefore leaders of political factions and groups have proposed their points of view how to improve the agenda for the upcoming weeks in the Verkhovna Rada. MPs agreed to consider bills on construction, urban development, housing and communal services, as well communications and renaming villages and settlements on Tuesday. Wednesday will be dedicated to ratifications and children's rights. Thursday – to agriculture policy, culture, and spirituality. On Friday there will be the government hour and a conference on strengthening civil society.
MP Oleg Lyashko has offered to take into consideration the importance of discussion of pension reform and lands market.
Other MPs pointed out that it is a high time for a health care reform and that there is a need of a special election in Severodonetsk and continuation of a law reform.
The importance of visa free regime with Europe was highlighted in the announcement of MP Arthur Gerasimov: “3 millions of people have biometric passports”.
On the second working week in May MPs may consider bills on ecology, private information and probably on tax and customs.