Hrytsenko proposes to foment riot in parliament

12:45, 23 June 2008
Politics
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"It’s vexing to see rich people who behave obediently..."

Head of Verkhovna Rada Committee for national security and defense Anatoliy Hrytsenko believes it necessary to give opportunity to heads of committees to form a parliamentary agenda without leaders of factions and without political issues.

This is said in the comments MP Anatoliy Hrytsenko, chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Committee for issues of national security and defense, forwarded to UNIAN by his press-office.

“If now they allow heads of parliamentary committees, without leaders of political parties, to form an agenda and to wipe out all political issues from it, we would form an agenda of 100 important social and economical laws, and more than 300 lawmakers would vote for them. It is absolutely real in the current parliament”, A.Hrytsenko believes.

The head of committee believes that the current situation in the country is very complicated, and all simple standard ways that are currently proposed and discussed have no prospects. One of nonstandard ways out of the political crisis is a riot in parliament, the lawmaker believes.

“Not a riot with pitchforks, with blocking, but a riot of common sense”, A.Hrytsenko stressed, adding: “Almost 400 people were there in parliament today, they are ready to work normally and to care about the country, and not about their vacation or position”.

“It’s vexing to see people, with welfare and rich, but who, unfortunately, behave obediently”, A.Hrytsenko said.

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