According to opposition leader Oleksandr Turchynov, the current blocking is different from the others in that previously they came down to the rejection of anti-people laws, reports Censor.NET.
"Then it made sense to unblock it. They unblocked it and run to Bankova to report. And in the current format it does not make sense. Even if the Party of Regions unlocks the Rada what will they do with it? Because now they don't have extremely urgent laws that need to be pulled through. And there will be no regular parliamentary work until the supremacy of the Constitution is restored.
According to the oppositioner, the Regions will not compromise just because they cannot get a majority in the Parliament.
"Do you want to test the Rada system? Test it. But during this time, we are willing to work, and there is voting mechanism that does not require testing - voting with hands or a proven method of ballot voting," said Turchynov.