The Parliament abolished "dictatorial" laws

28 January 2014 12:55  7958808 159606
The Parliament abolished "dictatorial" laws

The Parliament abolished 9 out of 12 laws restricting the civil liberties of citizens that were passed on January 16.

361 MPs voted for the decision.

According to the Speaker of the Parliament Volodymyr Rybak, the appropriate agreement was achieved on the conciliatory council on Tuesday. 

The abolition of laws was voted in package without discussion.

Only the communist faction did not vote for their abolition, Party of Regions members Kolesnichenko and Tsaryov voted "against".

After the voting, the deputies included to the agenda and legitimately adopted the laws to replace the laws 726-7, 727-7, 728-7 and 729-7.

Now, according to the Regulations, the Speaker within 5 days shall submit these laws to the President, who, in turn, also has 5 days to sign or veto them.

Source - Ukrainska Pravda

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Дан  29/01/2014 11:39 am

Отмена пакета принятых законов была абсурдной по самой своей сути. Разве нельзя было внести в них поправки? Тем более, что там были законы коммунистов об ответственности за осквернение и уничтожение памятников героям Великой Отечественной Войны и пропаганду нацизма и фашизма. Мы же скоро будет отмечать 70-ю годовщину Победы. И если бы комми не добились переголосования, то представляете, с какими итогами мы бы пришли к 9 Мая 2015 года? С руинами не только могил солдат, а и уничтоженной частицей памяти и истории.

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