The document is returned for revision.

The President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky vetoed the law on special temporary investigative commissions of the Verkhovna Rada. This was reported on the website of the Ukrainian Parliament.

The document “on September 23, returned to the proposals of the President,” said in the column about the status of the bill.

The text of the proposals is not yet available.

On 25 April the Verkhovna Rada adopted the bill №1098 on temporary investigative and special commissions of the Parliament, and on 6 June he voted for the second reading and in General.

The document defines the legal status of these commissions and their activities and powers. In particular, he reglamentary impeachment of the President. The bill establishes the procedure for creation and activities of the special investigation Commission, whose task is to investigate the circumstances of the Commission President commits treason or other crime.