Opposition deputy Oleksandr Bryhynets wrote about it on his page in one of the social networks.
"The fact that Ukraine's economy is in a terrible state is undeniable. But the government does not have any moral right to shift responsibility for their failures and unfit officials on the Ukrainian society. It is immoral, when the government cannot provide all Ukrainians with work and those retired with a decent pension, but seizes their apartments when they cannot pay for public services in time," says the deputy.
The opposition in parliament will do everything it can to come to the defense of the least wealthy Ukrainians and prevent shady businesses from growing out of control and aiming to seize apartments and then sell them to their own people for less. The corresponding bill with was prepared by Bryhynets and co-sponsored by Pavlovskyy, Odarchenko, Ariev, Stets, and Andrievskyy.
The opposition introduced legislation that would protect the underprivileged.
The Verkhovna Rada registered bill number 1083 on a moratorium of the enforcement of citizens' property for housing and communal services debts, reports Censor.NET.