Groysman calls on Rada to start autumn session with consideration of three reforms

Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman has called on the members of the Ukrainian Parliament to start work of the new session in autumn with consideration of pension, medical and educational reforms in the second reading.

The Prime Minister said this, speaking during an hour of questions to the Government in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

"Dear colleagues, we will ask you to start your work in autumn with consideration of pension, medical and educational reforms," Groysman addressed the parliamentarians, who today have the last plenary working day of the current session.

The Head of Government assured that by autumn all the bills concerning the three reforms that had already been adopted as a basis would be prepared for consideration in the second reading.

As reported, July 13, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine supported in the first reading draft law No. 6614 which, in particular, provides for modernizing pensions and abolishing pension tax for working pensioners

June 8, the bill on state financial guarantees for the provision of medical services and medicines No. 6327 was included in the package of medical reform bills.

October 6, 2016, Ukrainian MPs voted for the bill on education No. 3491-d as a basis.


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