Yushchenko refused to sign into law the spending bill passed by parliament on December 6, demanding a number of changes, including increases in minimum monthly wages and pensions.
The governing coalition slammed Yushchenko's demands as populist and a week later tried, but failed, to override the presidential veto.
Today, 245 deputies in the 450-seat Verhovna Rada endorsed the amended budget.
Yushchenko's aides said the president could again veto the bill.
(with material from UNIAN, "Ukraiinska pravda")
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