Ukraine's President is recommended not to sign the budget bill

Other News Materials 19 December 2006 18:11 (UTC +04:00)

(ForUm) - First deputy Chief of Staff Arseny Yatsenyuk will recommend the President no to sign draft budget bill for 2007, adopted today by the parliament. Yatsenyuk told journalists Tuesday.

I personally will report my position to the Head of the State, which is as follows: President's proposals directed to equalization of the less protected levels of the people and rendering assistance were not taken into consideration. Such budget must not be signed, Yatsenyuk said, reports Trend.

According to him, offering to increase expense items Yushchenko did everything needed indicated sources of profits for pension increase for Ukrainian citizens, proposed sources of profit to increase wages for employees of education, health and other spheres.

In addition, none of economic indices, submitted to the government and the parliament by the President, were protested.