Speaker of the Ukrainian parliament Andrii Parubii announced at the Coordination meeting with the heads of parliamentary factions and MP groups, Censor.NET reports.
"This fall should be a fall of reforms. We have developed a basis for many important reforms. We have a chance and, I am certain, the responsibility to consider each of those reforms in the hall.
"I would say that the most important ones are education, healthcare reforms, finishing the judicial reform, the pension reform, and the reform of the parliament. These five are the priority for this fall, I believe," Parubii said.
The politician said that each reform should be considered by the parliament under a special procedure, together with all amendments. He reminded that the healthcare reform has 834 of them, the pension reform 2,100 of them, and the parliament one - more than 5,000 amendments.
"Each reform might take a day or several days... I suggest that we start with the education reform. It has a lot of amendments, but I believe we should be able to consider it within one day," the speaker said.
The Verkhovna Rada upon its return from summer holidays should consider the education reform among the first issues on its agenda.