Arseniy Yatsenyuk advocates political responsibility of the
political forces elected by the people of Ukraine, "Those political force
that won an election, became a member of the coalition, delegated its
representative either to the Government or in a central executive body must bear
political responsibility," Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy
Yatsenyuk stressed this at a meeting with members of
the Ukrainian Council of Churches and Religious Organizations held on
Wednesday, September 16.
The PM has
highlighted that if someone does not cope, a political force should shoulder responsibility
and thus either withdraw or replace them [its representatives – ed.], and then voters
will assess in elections achievements of every political force.
Arseniy Yatsenyuk reminded that Ukrainian Government was formed by five
political parties: "But we manage to find a compromise within the Government."
"Unfortunately, there is no such compromise in the Parliament," he
Minister dwelt on the need to reform the civil service: "This, of course,
takes time, but it is one of our main objectives."
He also noted that
the Government launched a training system for civil servants and asked the EU
to increase support in respect of benefits for civil service specialists.