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UKRAINIAN PRESIDENT INTENDS TO VETO BILL ON CABINET ONCE AGAIN. Viktor Yushchenko said on January 18 he will again veto the bill defining the powers of the cabinet, Interfax reported. Yushchenko argued that the text of the bill adopted on January 12, when the Verkhovna Rada overrode his veto, differs from the text he had vetoed on January 11. "The bill contains changes, which were not foreseen by the proposal of the president," Yushchenko said. Thus, he concluded, the Ukrainian legislation gives him the right to return the bill to the Verkhovna Rada for a new consideration. "The adopted bill violates the entire constitutional system. It is a way to nowhere," "Ukrayinska pravda" website quoted Yushchenko as saying. AM