"If the law is not signed until Jan. 27, the election will be in jeopardy. It's about failing on deadlines stipulated by the law of Ukraine on elections," Semenchenko wrote.
At the same time, the deputy said it was freezing outside with biting wind blowing, so the place for the hunger strike was chosen near the office of Verkhovna Rada Speaker Volodymyr Hroisman.
"People will not strike in the cold," Semenchenko noted.
As reported at the website of the Verkhovna Rada, its plenary sessions are scheduled for Jan. 26-29.