PM believes there are three solutions out of the political crisis and hopes the parliamentary coalition to resume its activity and we will move forward
09.03.2016 | 17:23
Information and Communication Department of the Secretariat of the CMU

Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk deems that there are three solutions out of the current political crisis in Ukraine. The Head of Government said this to journalists following the celebrations commemorating the 202nd anniversary of Taras Shevchenko's birth on Wednesday, March 9.

The first one was proposed by the Head of Government: "To resume the activity of the coalition, to finish the formation of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and move on the path of reform, as there is no alternative to this."

"The second solution - the President of Ukraine and Petro Poroshenko Bloc should take responsibility for the formation of a new Cabinet, the new program and represents it to the people of Ukraine and thus receives support," he stressed.

"The third solution envisages snap elections," said Arseniy Yatsenyuk, noting it as the most unacceptable one.

He stressed the importance of selecting one of these three options as soon as possible: "I proposed my own - the first solution. And I hope that members of the parliamentary coalition, first of all I mean the Radical Party and Samopomich, will decide on the resumption of the parliamentary coalition and further reforms in Ukraine," he stressed.

"The sooner this issue is resolved, the sooner we will carry out the changes and reforms which the country needs. As a result of political uncertainty virtually all processes of change in the country have been suspended. The lack of a stable coalition and support from the coalition for the Government of Ukraine is the main obstacle on this way," underlined the Prime Minister.

Arseniy Yatsenyuk said that the most important thing for any Ukrainian Government is to avoid "the trap, in which caught the current Government, when the coalition members who had formed this Government refused to support it with no reason given."

"I hope that the parliamentary coalition will resume its activity and we will continue to move forward and struggle," added Yatsenyuk, quoting the words of Taras Shevchenko: "Strive, and you will succeed."


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