The Verkhovna Rada sent back for revision bill No. 6275-d, aimed at improving the protection of Ukrainians working abroad. This decision was supported by 226 people’s deputies.
The purpose of the bill described by its author, the people’s Deputy from BPP Irina Lutsenko.
“What makes this bill? In this bill the Ministry of social policy, in addition to functions to provide the licences granted to the function to control those to whom they have granted the license on the subject, do they contract between the person whom the mediator has provided the overseas work, if he controls these matters, if he adheres to these international documents”, – said Irina Lutsenko.
According to her, inspections of labour granted the right to penalize businesses that without a license are trying to be mediators in employment of Ukrainians abroad.
“Ukrainian police have the appropriate powers to control the entities, their owners, who were involved in, or suspected of, or committed a crime related to human trafficking, to inform the Ministry through the working group and deny them a license or not to give permission to such entities to send our citizens and to engage in such activities,” – said the MP.
Recall, the Verkhovna Rada supported the draft law in principle in may of this year 228 votes of people’s deputies.