The Ukrainian Communist Party representative Adam Martynyuk has been elected Supreme Rada first deputy speaker, a REGNUM correspondent reports.
239 MPs voted for his candidature, i.e. all deputies, who took voting paper. It is worth stressing that Martynyuks candidature, proposed by the anti-crisis coalition, was the only one. Five members of Supreme Rada returning board refused to sign election protocol, declaring violation of secrete votes procedure, reports Trend.
Colleagues congratulated Adam Martynyuk presenting him bunch of flowers. Then, he took his seat at presidium. At this point, Alexander Moroz closed 11 July evening parliamentary session.