How Transcarpathian people’s deputies voted for the “anti-Kolomoisky law”

The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine has finally adopted amendments to the legislation on banking, which are better known to the public as the "anti-Kolomoisky law".

This is the bill № 2571-d "On Amendments to Certain Legislative Acts of Ukraine to Improve Some Mechanisms for Banking Regulation", which makes it basically impossible to take back nationalized banks and limits the amount of possible compensation to former bank owners. 270 deputies voted for it. 

According to the information published on the website of the Verkhovna Rada, the Transcarpathian people’s deputies voted as follows: 

Victor Baloha – "absent",

Robert Horvat – "for",

Igor Krivosheev – "for",

Anatoliy Kostyukh – "for",

Ivan Krulko – "did not vote",

Mykhailo Laba – "for",

Valeriy Lunchenko – "for",

Vasyl Petyovka – "for",

Vladislav Polyak – "for".

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