The newly elected deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Yury Bereza considers that the new parliament will need to adopt laws that will bring the country out of war in order to work in an effective way for a long time. He declared it in the comment to the GORDON edition.
"Everything depends on the extent to which it will be able to adopt the laws that will bring the country out of war. The main problem of this Verkhovna Rada is that it will be transitional. There are no communists, it does not have much of what there was before, and it will only depend on us how capable we will make it," Bereza considers.
"The current Verkhovna Rada cannot radically differ from the previous one since it was elected under the same law. It is necessary to change the legislation, including the laws on parliamentary elections. If this Verkhovna Rada meets all requirements and challenges of time, it will exist for a long time. If it goes into an unclear dive, it will not exist for more than a month. People will not forgive anything, especially those people who sit in entrenchments," the battalion commander noted.