MPs have considered two thirds of amendments to Anticorruption Court draft law
Parliament members of Ukraine have considered almost 1,300 amendments by the second reading of draft law (No. 7440) on the Supreme Anti-Corruption Court.
Some 1,273 amendments have been made before the closing of the evening plenary session of the Verkhovna Rada on Thursday, an Interfax-Ukraine correspondent reported.
Verkhovna Rada Chairman Andriy Parubiy, closing the meeting, noted that, in general, the bill could be voted at the next plenary meeting on Thursday, June 7.
According to the comparative table, a total of 1,927 amendments to the document have been filed by the second reading.
On Friday, May 25, the parliament works in the plenary mode. The next plenary week will be held on June 5-8.