BYuT faction has decided to leave the negotiation process with the majority regarding the unblocking of the parliamentary rostrum, BYuT faction leader Ivan Kyrylenko has told the press, ForUm correspondent reports.

He also disavowed his statement on opposition's readiness to support unpopular reforms of the majority in exchange for decriminalization of Yulia Tymoshenko's article.

Kyrylenko declared the decision was made at the faction meeting and added that BYuT does not trust the parliamentary majority and that's why withdraws from the negotiations.

He also stated that the opposition added another demand to create a temporary investigation commission on recent events, when a participant of the hunger strike in Donetsk died.

Kyrylenko says that if the evening session of the parliament starts with these items the opposition will unblock the rostrum; otherwise the faction will continue blocking the parliament.

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