The law on expropriation of land for public needs to be challenged in the Constitutional Court of Ukraine.
Told a press conference the deputy Minister of Justice Valeriu Lutkovskaya commenting on overcoming the President's veto on the law, the correspondent of RBC-Ukraine.
"I think it will still appeal to the Constitutional Court. I agree that the definition of" public necessity "is not the law today," - said V. Lutkovskaya.
She also added: "The law will be" dead "until such time as the legislation does not appear explaining what it is. This explanation should be very clear, so as not to violate human rights."
In turn, the executive director of the Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union Vladimir Yavorskaya believes that this law would not be appealed to the KSU or in terms of clarification of terminology or in terms of a mechanism for determining compensation for the withdrawn property.
"I very much doubt that there will be representation in the Constitutional Court, because the Act of interest to all business entities that control subjects in the treatment of CRS," - he said.
Recall, the law provides for mandatory exclusion in the public interest (and compensation) the owner of the land, real estate, a court in the case of "public need" or "public necessity" under the condition that the owner and state representative did not agree on a court decision the issue of alienation.