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11 July 2019, 09:34

Thursday’s plenary sitting: The Order Paper

( Information Department of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Secretariat )

The Chairman briefed on the agenda items that had been proposed for reviewing today. The list of issues to be considered at the plenary meetings on the 11th of July:

1.     Bill No.3112-1 of draft Electoral Code (second reading).

2.     Drat bill No.8205 “On legal status and social guarantees for persons unlawfully deprived of their liberty, hostages or convicts in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine and outside” (first reading).

3.     It is slated that the following papers will, too, go today on the agenda: “On amendments to the law of Ukraine “On Ukraine’s state budget for 2019” regarding a cost increase for the budget programme “Restructurization of coal mining” (No.10307); “On amendments to certain legislative acts of Ukraine regarding the public management system in book industry” (No.10354); a draft resolution “Statement of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine concerning renewal of the mandate of the delegation of the Russian Federation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe” (No.10435).   

4.     It is also planned that the parliament considers a draft law “On ratification of the Free Trade Agreement between the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and the Government of the State of Israel” (No.0223).

5.     Draft bill No. 10244-1 “On military chaplaincy” (second reading) and draft bill No.10181 “On amendments to certain legislative acts of Ukraine (regarding serving military duty and doing military service)”.

6.     A TIC’s report on attacks against K.Handziuk and other activists.

7.     Staffing issues: dismissal of Pavlo Klimkin from the post of the foreign minister and appointment to this post of Vadym Prystaiko.

8.     An array of bills regarding more state guarantees for mountain and high-mountain human settlements, road traffic arrangements for wheelchair-bound invalids, state aid to Ukraine’s cinema, approval of the State task science-and-tech space programme of Ukraine for 2019-2023 at alias.

9.     A special plenary sitting at 14:15 shall consider draft bills “On amendments to certain legislative acts of Ukraine regarding strengthening liability for crimes committed against minors, adolescents and pre-pubertal persons” (No.6449) and “On amendments to certain legislative acts of Ukraine (regarding the implementation of a unified register of persons convicted for committing crimes against sexual freedom and sexual integrity of minors and harsher punishment  thereat” (No.6607).