Speaker of Ukraine's parliament Dmytro Razumkov currently does not see any grounds for disbanding the Verkhovna Rada.
"I personally do not see any grounds for disbanding the parliament ... I understand that there can be different debates, but the parliament has immunity for a year. If we are talking about a list of issues allowing the dissolution of the parliament, prerequisites, then it seems to me that's not the case," he said on Channel 112 Ukraine, answering a question about the possibility of holding early parliamentary elections this autumn.
The parliament has been working, and it has a "monocoalition" that passes bills, he said.
"As a speaker or a citizen, I don't see any prerequisites from the legal point of view or the effectiveness of Ukraine's Verkhovna Rada for disbanding the Rada of the 9th convocation," the speaker said.