Attendance of MPs in the VRU, and parliamentary inquiries during the second session. Infographics

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According to OPORA's calculations, members of the AUU Svoboda faction turned out to be the most disciplined during two sessions of the Parliament. 33% of its members were present at all the sittings, as well as 27% of members of the Party of Regions, and 22% of the CPUOnly 12% members of the AUU Batkivshchyna and 5% of the UDAR didn't miss any sitting. As for non-faction MPs, only 3% of them diligently attended parliamentary sittings.

The first place in the individual rating of shirkers is taken by a member of the Party of Regions Konstiantyn Zhevaho. He has missed 90 % of plenary sittings. Ihor Palytsia, non-faction MP who has missed 60% of parliamentary sittings, is on the second place. Two members of the Party of Regions, Anton Pryhodskyi and Ihor Skosar, are sharing the third place (56% each). Borys Kolesnikov from the Party of Regions follows them. He has missed 54% of sittings.

MPs of Ukraine have submitted 2,067 parliamentary inquiries during two sessions of the Parliament of the VII convocation. Most of them are addressed to the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine (653 inquiries), Office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine (519), and Ministry of Internal Affairs (105). As for subjects of parliamentary inquiries, they mostly concerned inquiries into abuses and violations, district infrastructure, protecting interests of citizens and associations, and politics and legislation. The biggest number of inquiries was sent by Iryna Herashchenko (UDAR), Yurii Syrotiuk (Svoboda) and Eduard Leonov (Svoboda). Nearly one third part of MPs didn't send any inquiries.