Tomorrow coalition will insist on consideration of Tymoshenko’s appointment to PM position and formation of new government at the first place. One of the BYuT leaders Olexander Turchynov told parliamentary journalists, the ForUm’s correspondent informs.

“We made all possible compromises and concessions,” he explained.

According to Turchynov, there are no procedural, legal or physical preventions concerning voting for PM and formation of new government. “I hope our opponents will not demonstrate their fear of Tymoshenko and they will not block parliamentary podium again, trying to prevent voting,” he added.

Turchynov noted that after interference into the work of “Rada” system, it cant start working effectively. However, there are other ways of voting: roll-call bulletins or raising hands, for example.


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