Party of Regions and the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc are jointly preparing amendments to the Law
" On Presidential Elections ."

Until the end of the week in Parliament will be recorded on the bill
changes in the law "On elections of the president." Its authors - lawyers Party of Regions
and the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc. Changes will concern primarily the procedure
appeal the election results and optimize the territorial election
commissions. Co-author of the bill, the vice-speaker of the "Regions" Alexander
Lavrynovych said the "case" that by the negotiating teams are going tomorrow
agree on all points of contention. In turn, "BYuT" Andrew
Portnow, which is also included in the negotiating team, said that the purpose of
change - to make the process more transparent presidential elections. "We will cancel
absentee ballots, voting ban at home, here in order
process for appealing decisions of the territorial election commissions "- explains Portnow.
However, the main intrigue of the collaboration between BYuT and Party of Regions is
resolution of the appeals procedures of the election results in court. As hinted
Alexander Lavrynovych, the main point of the changes will address the role of the Supreme
Court of Ukraine (AFU). According to sources, the "case" may be limited
MAT influence the electoral process. Recall now heads a native MAT
Basil from BYuT Onopenko. His son, Deputy Minister of Justice, "BYuT" Eugene
Korniychuk conflict with a colleague on the block Andriy Portnov. Themselves
developers of the bill yesterday refused to disclose details of the changes
on the APU. "There are different points of view on this issue, we are still discussing it,"
- Said Lavrynovych. In turn, deputies "BYT", similar to Basil
Onopenko, already estimated the bill as "undemocratic." Characteristically,
that after the failure of the joint amendment to the Constitution of cooperation
Lawyers from the Party of Regions and the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc has not stopped. "I like
and Andrew Portnow, delegated management of our factions, "- explains

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