“Every Bill in the Verkhovna Rada Is Now Supported by the Constitutional Majority,” Ruslan Stefanchuk Says
For the first time in independent Ukraine, the Parliament is now fully united to work together in the country’s interests. This statement was made by Ruslan Stefanchuk, Chair of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, during his briefing in Ukraine Media Center in Lviv.
According to the speaker, every bill in the Verkhovna Rada is now supported by the constitutional majority. Members of the Rada are working like clockwork—like the entire nation is working to promote the state’s interests.
For instance, the Verkhovna Rada endorsed 21 draft laws on Tuesday, March 15. All of them aim to organize life in the country under martial law. The martial law was extended for 30 days.
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