"I have submitted
the plan and expect proposals to be included into
this plan from other coalition partners. I hope that the President would
provide his vision of what needs to be done every
month. What law needs to be adopted,
what resolution should be approved.
And most importantly – what will change in people's lives", said Prime
Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk on Friday, 19 February, in an interview with
Ukrainian TV channels.
The Prime Minister told that the previous
day he had met with the members of the Cabinet of Ministers and suggested to
make specific changes in the work of the Government. "We should
cardinally change our work. We summon dozens of meetings, we
sign hundreds of papers, we make
the Parliament vote dozens of laws through the debates, through
political confrontation. But we have to think completely different," he
"Let's think about how lives
of people change as a result of our decisions.
That is, the work of the Government and the parliamentary coalition should be
focused neither on the quantity
of laws, nor the quantity
of orders and decisions, but on real change in the lives of every
citizen it entails. Here's my plan," said the Prime