«People’s front» continues to say that will save the country. But this «salvation» will only bring Ukraine into destitution, said Vladimir Parasyuk. This opinion folk Deputat expressed during the talk show «CHE» on the TV channel «24».
«If you understand — I will never believe in the words Lutsenko. I don’t believe in his good intentions to change the government, to make it technocratic and independent from politics. I don’t believe it. It’s just the increased influence of the President on certain processes,» he said.
Regarding the «Popular front» Parasyuk was indignant, why force thinks that is the only authority that can save the country. In his opinion, due to the fact that the party is not listening to alternatives, in Ukraine political crisis and a lot of criticism towards the Prime Minister.
«Ukraine is much cheaper to spend ten years in a row election every two years than to keep Yatsenyuk year in power. Simple numbers is a waste of public funds and the price of elections in this country. We need to find 226 people in the country, which will start the processes the technocracy,» said the MP.
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. A new vote on this issue is possible only at the next session, which will begin in September.
February 17, faction «Batkivshchyna» announced its withdrawal from the coalition, and «Samopomich» refused to attend meetings of the Parliament. In September 2015 the coalition left Radical party of Oleg Lyashko.
Without «the BYuT representatives» and «radicals» in the coalition «European Ukraine» will remain 243 MPs.
The Prime Minister says that the necessary reformatting of the coalition and changes to the coalition agreement.
And the leader of the BPP «Solidarity» Yury Lutsenko demands that Yatsenyuk has suggested the new government or gone.
Many politicians and experts talk about the inevitability of early parliamentary elections.
Parasyuk: better times 5 to re-elect Parliament, than to suffer Yatsenyuk 18.02.2016