"If we take the statistics, dear people’s deputies, then according to the statistics, it was one of the most fruitful sessions. We planned to consider 807 questions, and we also put 143 more bills on the agenda during the session. In all, this was more than a thousand bills," Lytvyn said before closing the ninth session of the Verkhovna Rada on Friday, Jan. 13.
He said that the parliament had held 48 plenary meetings.
"I must say that we had fewer conflicts and confrontations at this session. Five plenary sessions, for various reasons and for the reasons of political activity, were not held," Lytvyn said.