Ukraine is losing visa-free regime with the EU and cooperation with the International monetary Fund.
This was stated by the head of the faction «Block of Petro Poroshenko» Yuriy Lutsenko on his page in Facebook.
«In early February, it was only about a government crisis. Prime Minister Yatsenyuk resist, but lost the support of the four factions of the coalition of five,» — said Lutsenko.
A «statement of withdrawal from the coalition of the «Samopomochi» and «Fatherland» shows a deep political crisis. You can argue about legal technicalities, but in fact the old coalition collapsed. The reluctance of the Prime Minister to acknowledge this leads to the extension of the crisis of confidence between authorities and Ukrainians, but between Ukraine and its Western partners. We lose visa-free regime, cooperation with the IMF, and much more», — said Lutsenko.
According to Lutsenko, next week the leaders of the democratic parliamentary factions should start talks on creating new coalition in the Verkhovna Rada under the new government.
«Next week, the democratic leaders of parliamentary factions should start talks on creating new coalition under a new government,» he said.
According to him, the faction «BPP» is ready to offer a plan of joint actions of the parliamentary majority and the Cabinet of Ministers.
«Its perpetrators have become technocratic reform team without party ambitions,» — said Lutsenko.
As reported, Yatseniuk claims that he told President Petro Poroshenkothat he will have to form a new government, if you don’t like the current Prime Minister, but the inability to form new Cabinet will lead to early elections.
«In the meantime, there will be no one who could perform our vital credit agreement with the International monetary Fund», — said Yatsenyuk.
Recall, 16 January the Verkhovna Rada listened to the report of the Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk on the government’s work in 2015, dismissed him, acknowledging that the work is not satisfactory, but during the vote of no confidence in the government has gained only 194 votes with the required 226. In accordance with the Constitution of Ukraine, in the next three weeks Yatsenyuk is to propose a new composition of the government either to resign, otherwise it will be considered the question of confidence in him personally.
February 17, faction «Batkivshchyna» announced its withdrawal from the coalition. In September 2015 the coalition left Radical party of Oleg Lyashko.
Without representatives «Samopomich», «the BYuT representatives» and «radicals» in the coalition «European Ukraine» will remain 217 deputies at the minimum required 226 members to form a majority.
On February 19 the first Deputy Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Andrei Parubiy said that the parliamentary coalition remains more than 226 deputies, and therefore it exists.
First Deputy head of procedural Committee of the Verkhovna Rada Pavel Pynzenik said that legally the faction of the Radical party still resides in the composition of the parliamentary coalition.
The Prime Minister says that the necessary reformatting of the coalition and changes to the coalition agreement. Also Yatsenyuk is conducting talks on the future of the coalition with the leader of the «radical» Oleh Lyashko.
Yury Lutsenko demands that Yatsenyuk has suggested the new government or gone.
Many politicians and experts talk about the inevitability of early parliamentary elections.
Lutsenko: political crisis Ukraine is losing visa-free regime and cooperation with the IMF 27.02.2016