“Based on the logic of the law [on the regulations of the
parliament], I should have [signed the language law] yesterday,” Lytvyn
said at a briefing on Tuesday, when asked whether he would sign the bill
on the principles of the state language policy.
“It will apparently happen in the coming days,” the speaker said when asked when he would sign the document.
Lytvyn said that according to the parliament’s regulations, if the
proposal to revoke the bill as well as the amendments to the bill put
forward by the speaker are voted down, he is obliged to sign the
document immediately and send it to president for signing.