As reported by Censor.NET citing Ukrainski Novyny, this was announced by Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Volodymyr Hroisman on air of TV channel "1+1".
"I think the coalition agreement is not measured by a yearly plan. On the other hand, I believe that lagging is unacceptable. So I think... that we have to update the coalition agreement. ...
"Like any strategic document, it is "living" and has to be updated and corrected," he said.
Hroisman also stressed that the coalition agreement was the basis for the reforms legislation plan, and many laws of the plan have been supported by the Rada.
Earlier in October, President Poroshenko estimated that the parliamentary factions had fulfilled the coalition agreement by 30 percent and called it unsatisfactory.
In July, deputy head of Presidential Administration Dmytro Shymkiv expressed an opinion that the terms of certain coalition agreement provisions' fulfillment should be reviewed.
As reported, the Ukrainian parliament approved the reforms' regulation plan. It comprises seven sections of 350 pages and includes constitutional reform and supremacy of law; the reform of the national security and defense; international obligations of Ukraine; stabilization of the macroeconomic situation and the economy reform; social sector; environment protection and use of natural resources; national dialogue and humanitarian policy.
Each section comprises several subsections that define certain bills or legislative proposals together with the required terms of their adoption.