The decision has been supported by 228 People's Deputies, Censor.NET 's correspondent reports from the Rada.
Speaker of the Rada Volodymyr Hroisman called on MPs to prepare the bill for the second reading in a manner that will make it meet 'interests of the Ukrainian people' and would not be appealed in any international court.
It should be noted that representatives of the Opposition Bloc faction have not given a single vote in support of the bill.
Right after the voting, speaker Hroisman closed the morning session of the parliament. The evening session will start at 4 p.m.
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