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The move followed questions from the media why the voting had been held behind closed doors.
“The voting was conducted in compliance with the regulations and there were no breaches,” Turchynov said.
On Tuesday, the parliament passed by 265 votes a draft law establishing special terms of self-government in certain parts of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions, commonly known as Donbass, and a draft law exempting militias and their supporters from prosecution.
Several activists from the nationalistic Right Sector gathered in front of the presidential administration building on Wednesday, demanding that President Petro Poroshenko veto the draft laws.