Ukraine's Govt submitted country's budget resolution for 2017 in Parliament
Ukraine's Cabinet of Ministers has submitted the country's budget resolution for 2017 in parliament last week, Parliament Speak Andriy Parubiy said.
"The budget resolution indeed was submitted to parliament last week," he said at a press conference in Kyiv on Monday.
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In his words, the document had arrived almost two days prior to the closure of the parliament's session. "It was sent to the [budget] committee for processing. It's enough time for MPs to work on it until September," he said.
He expressed hope that parliament will start debates on the 2017 budget in September. "I'm sure that we won't have an urgent session as in previous years [to pass the national budget on time]," the speaker said.
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As was reported earlier, the parliament on July 15 closed the 4th session of the parliament of the 8th convocation and announced that the next session would open on September 6.