"Even now it is seen that the Party of Regions will receive about 200 seats. There will be no single-party majority, but at the cost of about 50 non-partisan single-mandate MPs they will form a sufficiently stable parliamentary majority. Even without the Communists. They will remain in reserve," the analyst says.
Meanwhile, the opposition, according to Fesenko, will hold the dialogue on creation a large coalition, that’s why two opposing camps may be formed in the Parliament.
In his view, such negotiations are likely to be hidden from view.
The head of Ukrainian Studies department of the Institute of Europe Viktor Mironenko suggested that Ukrainian politics will change little after the elections. "I have the impression these are the elections of the tired people: the power has been tired of ruling in a difficult economic situation, the opposition has been tired of being in the opposition, and the voters have been tired of the elections, which does not change anything. But there has been courage even in these elections, so the possibility of political change remains," Mironenko summed.
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