The President Viktor Yanukovych has signed five laws adopted by the Parliament on Jan.17 - this is reported by some media, UNN reports.
According to the media, the President approved the law of Oleinik - Kolesnichenko on simplifying the removal of immunity of deputies, the law of video recording of violations of traffic rules, the law on liability for offenses during football matches and correspondence law on criminal proceedings.
Yesterday, January 16, the majority in the Parliament adopted several laws without debate and without participation of deputies of the opposition.
Lawmakers voted for the amendment by a show of hands, not electronically, as the opposition has been blocking the parliament's podium since January 14.
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