“Now there is a question – what kind of law did they pass? [Did they pass it] at first reading? – No. Did they consider amendments of the committee? – No. Considering these facts, it cannot be passed to the president of Ukraine for the signature,” Lytvyn said in an interview with the Rada Channel on Friday.
“The law cannot be signed, there is no reason for this,” he said.
“The problem is not in my signature. The problem is in major violations that cannot be ignored,” Lytvyn said.