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Secretary of the Central election Commission (CEC) of Ukraine Natalia Bernatsky said that to stop early elections to the Verkhovna Rada after the publication of the presidential decree will not succeed. About it reports TV channel “112 Ukraine”.
“According to the current legislation if the electoral process has begun, none of the decisions of the courts can’t stop him”, she said. The Bernatsky also reminded that the electoral process runs the next day after the publication of the presidential decree on the appointment of early elections to the Verkhovna Rada.
Ukraine’s new President Vladimir Zelensky announced the dissolution of the Verkhovna Rada on may 20 in his speech postintegration. He also urged to resign and the government. According to published earlier in mass-media the project of the presidential decree, the basis for this decision is the insufficient number of deputies in the ruling coalition.
Formally, the ruling coalition in Ukraine is not in 2016, however, officially ending its existence was not announced until 17 may of the current year of withdrawal from the ruling coalition announced the faction “people’s front”. The speaker of the Parliament Andrei Parubiy announced the collapse of the coalition and appointed a 30-day period for consultations on a new coalition agreement. During this time the President has no right to dissolve the Parliament.
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