Deputies of the Verkhovna Rada could not cross the veto of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, imposed by law on the moratorium on alienation of mortgage housing for foreign currency loans: for overcoming the veto voted only 129 deputies when needed 300.
in the hall was not the required number of MPs to cross the veto.
at the end of the December MPs supported the introduction of changes into the law of Ukraine " on the moratorium on the collection of property of Citizens of Ukraine, which was provided as collateral for loans in foreign currency to strengthen protection of the rights of borrowers.
Changes, for example, provided that without the consent of the owner due to Executive signature of the notary, real estate, residential property, which is pledged and/or mortgaged property, does not have the ability to be forcibly alienated or in an indisputable manner. Also does not have the ability to be carried out in any order the forced eviction of tenants, if the property is under mortgage loan in foreign currency.
Poroshenko has vetoed the law, returning to the consideration of our proposals, because the law is complex does not solve the problem. Remarks of the President to the law was based on the fact that it is complex does not solve the problem of repayment of Bank loans in foreign currency, and the lack of a comprehensive settlement of the question of repayment of debt on loans in foreign currency leads to a steady deterioration of the situation in the banking system and reducing its liquidity. However, the relevant Committee of the Council recommended to reject the comments of the President.
The hryvnia has become very quickly depreciate after the statement of the head of the NBU Valeria Gontareva about the fact that the regulator releases the national currency and will focus on the interbank rate. The national Bank of Ukraine in the environment has set the official rate at 25, 55 hryvnia per us dollar, which has become a new historical minimum for the hryvnia. The rapid decline of the Ukrainian exchange continued throughout 2014 due to the unstable situation in the country's economy.