Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Volodymyr Lytvyn does not rule out that in case of dissatisfaction with the election results, certain political forces will try to inflame the situation in the country, ForUm correspondent reports.

"I do not rule out attempts to organize certain actions, demonstrations, hunger strikes and so on if the results do not coincide with someone’s plans," Lytvyn told reporters after voting in Kyiv.
Responding the question, whom he has voted for, Lytvyn did not give a specific answer, saying: "For the stability and predictability."

"I am against the war, I stand for work. I stand for the dialogue and positive scenario for the country's development. Everyone is fed up with the negative, the more that the campaign was based on hatred and confrontation. It is the road to nowhere. We need to move away from it as quickly as possible," the speaker said.

He also noted that it is difficult to predict what will be the new Parliament’s composition.
"It is difficult to predict, since I have not been following the campaign, but if there is a change at least by 30%, it will be a positive development," Lytvyn said.

At the same time, he added that four political forces will enter the Parliament: the Party of Regions, the All-Ukrainian Union "Fatherland", the Vitali Klitschko's UDAR Party and the Communist Party of Ukraine.

In addition, Lytvyn commented on prospect of appointing the new speaker of the Parliament, saying he does not bid to become the speaker.

"450 MPs may become the speaker. If a deputy is elected, then he has something outstanding, especially if he is elected in single-mandate constituency. Obviously, in this case, the deputy has the potential to represent the interests of the people. This position is not reserved to me, so I understand there is a need to leave when you have the chance. To leave yourself," Lytvyn summed up.



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