President addressed to CC concerning law on temporary investigatory commissions of parliament – letter to VR
It is said in the letter...
President of Ukraine Victor Yushchenko addressed to the Constitutional Court concerning constitutionality of the law “On temporary investigatory commissions, special temporary investigatory commission and temporary special commissions of Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine”.
According to an UNIAN correspondent, it is said in the letter of the head of the state to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Volodymyr Lytvyn read this letter at the session of the Conciliatory Council of the leaders of the factions and chairmen of the committees.
It is said in the letter that the President of Ukraine vetoed this law and after parliament members gave the second reading to this law, according to Constitution of Ukraine and legislation of Ukraine, the head of the state returned this law to the Verkhovna Rada without having signed.
The letter reminds that this law was repassed in the parliament by 391 votes and the President is unable to apply the veto right to it.
At the same time V. Yushchenko said that after entering of this law into force, he is about to turn to the Constitutional Court of Ukraine in order to appeal against this law.