Deputy Head of Presidential Administration, Anna Herman does not exclude that the President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych will apply a veto on the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted the Law "On regulation of urban development. " She said this at a press conference in Kiev. To an UNIAN correspondent, Herman noted that the Presidential Administration is concerned that the law provides for the abolition of environmental impact assessments during construction, as well as what the law provides "an opportunity to avoid such a filter, which would not give many opportunities to grab objects of cultural heritage and recreational areas .
"We have now is this well-known study of the bill. Already received a lot of sweeping," - said Herman.
"This is very concerned about the President. The President has not made a decision. I think the President very carefully analyze all of this. There is a chance that the President veto this bill," - said Herman.
The Law of Ukraine "About regulation of urban development", developed by the government, adopted by the Verkhovna Rada on January 13 this year The government argued that the law greatly simplifies and improves all phases of urban development and reduce the cost of construction of at least a third.
Meanwhile, members of the public are concerned that the law provided for the removal of public control over the buildings of the city.