The COP recognized the relevant standards 157 and article 158 of the Basic law, a draft law on amendments to the Constitution in terms of justice. The relevant conclusion of the constitutional court announced on Monday that having considered the submission of the Verkhovna Rada, transfers «Interfax-Ukraine».
The COP also noted that a decision on the appeal of the Verkhovna Rada on granting the conclusion on the compliance of the updated draft law on amendments to the Constitution of Ukraine (regarding justice) as amended on 26 January 2016 the requirements of the TTFS. 157 and 158 of the Constitution of Ukraine shall be binding, final and cannot be appealed.
In addition, on Tuesday, 2 February, the Verkhovna Rada will consider amendments to the Constitution in terms of justice. This was announced by the speaker of the Parliament Volodymyr Groysman.
«We plan tomorrow at 11 a.m. to consider Constititution to justice,» he said.
In this case, Groisman expressed hope that the Council will have the votes.
The speaker also noted that the new law on amendments to the Constitution in terms of justice consistent with the opinion of the Venice Commission.
«I have the hope that all factions of the Parliament will support this bill,» he said.
Meanwhile, on the website the Verkhovna Rada is no agenda on Tuesday.
As reported, on January 22, the constitutional court declared the draft law «On amendments to the Constitution of Ukraine (regarding justice)» in conformity with the Constitution of the country (the requirements of articles 157 and 158 of the Basic law).
The bill contains provisions on the elimination of judicial immunity, the automatic resignation of the judge in case of failure to perform the recertification, will also greatly increase transparency in the selection of judicial personnel and significantly increases the accountability of judges for making unjust decisions.
On January 26, President Petro Poroshenko introduced a revised version of the bill, which confers on Parliament the right to Express no confidence in the attorney General and send him into retirement. In the previous version of the document is «approved by COP» Parliament was deprived of this right.
On January 28, the Verkhovna Rada sent to the constitutional court of Ukraine the constitutional appeal to assess the constitutionality of the bill on amendments to the Basic law in terms of justice (No. 3524).
After obtaining the opinion of the COP, the pre-Parliament approves a bill (first reading) a minimum of 226 votes. Finally, the law on amendments to the Constitution of Ukraine adopted at the next session of the constitutional majority of votes (at least 300).
President Poroshenko expressed hope that the Parliament by 2 February will vote in the first reading the bill on amendments to the Constitution of Ukraine in part of justice, «and in the spring – early summer» in the country could begin «the process of renewal of judicial branch of power».
The COP recognized the constitutional finalized changes to the Constitution in terms of justice 01.02.2016