Most of the proposals were rejected as they failed to conform to the principle of balance.
MPs of Ukraine offered to make 1165 amendments to the document during the discussion of the state budget draft for 2017.
However, most of the amendments were rejected due to the imbalance of costs and revenues, according to the Minister of Finance of Ukraine Alexander Danyliuk.
Minister of Finance of Ukraine said: "Officially there were 1165 budget proposals, most proposals were rejected as they did not meet the simple principle of balance. Proposals for the expenditure had to correspond to the income."
"There were unrealistic proposals ... but there is a possibility of the country and the economy. We achieved the maximum, everything has been backed by real resources."
The Minister also stressed that proposals such as "to increase the salary three times" were positive.
"If one wants to carry out a pay rise - you are welcome, but first provide the resource. Everyone wants to be popular, but if the proposal is not backed by real resources, then people will only get promises rather than actual actions," Danyliuk said.