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Zelenski's team reported when the deadline for dissolving the Rada was announced



It is still possible to dissolve the Verkhovna Rada because of the absence of a coalition. This was stated by the speaker and political consultant at the headquarters of Ukraine's presidential election winner Vladimir Zelenski, Dmitry Razumkov, on the TV channel "112 Ukraine" on Friday evening, "Interfax-Ukraine" reported.

"The dissolution is possible because since today … there is no coalition The coalition consists of two factions. There are not enough deputies in these factions, ie there are less than 226," Razumkov said.

He noted that the president of the Rada, Andrei Parubi, received letters, including from various organizations in which they were asked to provide a list of coalition deputies, but there was no response to this.

"There is a precedent for the fact that the dissolution of the Rada can happen," the head of the headquarters said.

At the same time, he noted that there are certain time limits – the Verkhovna Rada can not be dissolved, according to various assessments of lawyers, later on May 27.

Razumkov expressed the opinion that the Central Election Commission postponed the process of announcing the results of the election, then the Verkhovna Rada will postpone the process of determining the date of the inauguration, so that "it falls after the expiration of the deadline when the Rada can be dissolved"

Speaking about the prospects for interaction with the incumbent parliament, he stressed: "It's okay. Even if this Parliament remains, we will offer laws that are absolutely not self-presiding over the president. (…) We will offer clear and simple laws: removing parliamentary immunity, you have been promised many, many years and many, many elections, the abolition of the immunity of the courts, the abolition of immunity from the president, the impeachment law, the law for reminding the people's deputy, the law on democracy and kratia. "

Then he explained that the draft law on democracy includes holding referendums.

"If they do not vote for that, if they say they do not consider that, then you will have the only opportunity – to give a political assessment of these political forces and lawmakers in the fall," Razumkov added.

The next parliamentary elections should be held this autumn.

Earlier, Zelenski said authorities are trying to postpone the inauguration in order to prevent the dissolution of the Rada.

We also wrote that Zelenski was commented on the eventual dissolution of parliament.


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