Rada intends to begin plenary week with Donbas bill
The Verkhovna Rada intends to begin work in the plenary mode next week from considering at the second reading draft law (No. 7163) on ensuring Ukraine's sovereignty over the temporarily occupied territories of Donbas.
According to the draft agenda, published on the parliament's website on Friday, MPs will consider this bill first at the plenary session on Tuesday, January 16. In addition, on the same day, the parliament intends to include bills on the Supreme Anti-Corruption Court in the agenda of the session, as well as related bills on amending the law on the judicial system and the status of the court.
MPs also plan to consider at the second reading bill on the privatization of state property (No. 7066) and draft law on limited and additional liability companies (N.4666), at the second reading.
The Verkhovna Rada has the following plans for the next week: to reconsider at the first reading the bill, which provides for a reduction in the number of committees of the parliament.
There are no personnel issues in the draft agenda.
The plenary week of the Verkhovna Rada will be held on January 16-19.