What he was talking about Poroshenko and the leaders of the factions, including the CEC, pension reform and the blockade of Donbass

The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko at a meeting with leaders of parliamentary factions. Archival photo.
Word and deed

The composition of the Central election Commission, pension reform, film in conjunction with the Ukrainian language and the blockade of Donbass – the topics that were discussed by the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko and the leaders of parliamentary factions on meeting up tonight. This was stated by the MP from the PPO Irina Lutsenko at the meeting, the broadcast led the TV channel “112 Ukraine”.

“There was a broad dialogue on the candidates for CEC members, given the situation of Stations. Found a consolidated position on the draft legislation on cinematography concerning Ukrainian language, etc. a Very interesting dialogue took place with its Help. Questions were asked about pension reform. Decided that in the near future this reform will be printed to hold a dialogue with society and Parliament . We talked about the fact that the Memorandum with the IMF will be announced as soon as this official document will be signed and agreed upon that the society and the Parliament could see what the government agreed, if there protivokariesnoe position that defended the position of Ukraine in General. This will manifest itself in pension reform”, – said Irina Lutsenko.

According to her, was analyzed the effects of the trade blockade of Donbass, paying attention to the situation with metallurgy. In General, the President urged the leaders of the factions to statist work.

We will remind, the meeting began at about 20:00, therefore lasted about two hours. The reporter “112 Ukraine” said that the journalists did not see any representative of the “opposition bloc”, which went to a meeting with the Ukrainian head.

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