The Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Ruslan Stefanchuk informed about the results of the plenary session
30 May 2023, 15:11
The Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Ruslan Stefanchuk reported on the results of the plenary session on 30 May – a number of important decisions were made, in particular, those concerning our servicemen.
9190 – the Resolution on the annual report of the Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights on the state of observance and protection of human and civil rights and freedoms in Ukraine in 2022 was heard and supported.
9281 – amended the Law of Ukraine “On Military Duty and Military Service”, reducing the maximum age for citizens to be registered with the military service from 27 to 25 years.
9206 – regulated the issue of social advertising, in particular, banned discriminatory images and statements or those that incite hatred, enmity and cruelty. The law was developed within the framework of international obligations and brings national legislation closer to the relevant EU acquis in the field of audiovisual services.
8250 – amended the Law of Ukraine “On the State Property Fund of Ukraine” to optimise its structure. The document aims to regulate management processes within the SPFU, in particular, to create a unified approach to the personnel selection system and digitalise internal document flow.
FOR THE BASIS:
9342 – proposed to provide for a monthly additional remuneration to military personnel in the amount of UAH 30,000 to 100,000 in proportion to the time spent on combat missions. Similar payments were proposed for servicemen who were injured (wounded, contusion, maimed) during combat operations and who are enrolled at the disposal of the relevant commander during temporary inability to serve.
9261 – proposed amendments to the laws of Ukraine that would allow resumption of consideration of cases on disciplinary liability of judges and ensure the work of the Service of Disciplinary Inspectors of the High Council of Justice. Currently, the HCJ has more than nine thousand pending complaints against judges.