Crimean parliament to start working on Sept. 19

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Sept. 4, 2012, 3:30 p.m. | Politics — by Interfax-Ukraine

The fifth session of the Crimean Supreme Council will begin on September 19.

SIMFEROPOL – The fifth session of the Crimean Supreme Council will begin on September 19.

An Interfax-Ukraine reporter said that such a decision was taken at a meeting of the presidium of the Crimean parliament on Tuesday, Sept. 4.

In accordance with the draft agenda approved by the presidium of the Crimean Supreme Council, at the first plenary meeting of the fifth session, Crimean deputies will be invited to consider more than 15 questions.

In particular, it is planned to consider the appointment to the post of director general of the Krym State Television and Radio Company of Stepan Hulevaty, who currently serves as the acting director general of the company.

They will also be proposed to consider a report by the Crimean Council of Ministers on the execution of the Crimean budget in the first half of 2012 and on the preparation of the peninsula's vital facilities for the autumn-winter period.

In addition, it is planned to approve an agreement between the Crimean Council of Ministers (Ukraine) and the government of the Republic of Komi (Russia) on trade, economic, scientific, technical, humanitarian and cultural cooperation.

According to the rules of procedure of the Crimean Supreme Council, the autumn session of the Crimean parliament runs from September to December, while the spring sessions lasts from February to June. Plenary meetings are held every third week of the month from Wednesday to Friday.

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