Our Ukraine bloc, BYuT and Socialist Party have started today the first round of negotiations on formation of a parliamentary coalition. Oleksandr Moroz and Yosif Vinsky represented Socialist Party, Roman Zvarych and Roman Bezsmertny spoke from the direction of Our Ukraine bloc, Yulia Tymoshenko spoke on behalf of BYuT.

Today’s negotiations determined that only three political forces would take part in the coalition: Our Ukraine bloc, BYuT and SPU.

“Draft coalition agreement forms the basis. We agreed to work out the draft coalition agreement in our HQs and to meet in two days for discussing it in details with all changes and supplements,” said Tymoshenko in an interview to journalists, summing up the negotiations.

Besides, she reported that Yosif Vinsky, Roman Zvarych and Oleksandr Turchinov (representatives of all three political forces) would be engaged into specification of the draft coalition agreement. “I am absolutely sure that our negotiations will end with signature of the coalition agreement, which will suit every party,” added Tymoshenko.

In his turn, Roman Bezsmertny noted that the draft agreement provides for basic principles of activity program, its regulations and principle of distribution of responsibility. “Thus, every party may submit its propositions, and then, during the meeting, make final decision,” said he.

Roman Bezsmertny reckons it is too early to distribute portfolios while the coalition creation is underway.

“The work has been launched and it is the great achievement of today. I do not see any obstacles for this undertaking to be successfully completed,” said Bezsmertny.

Commenting on working process within the possible coalition, Bezsmertny said the participants are developing all constituent elements of the coalition.

Timoshenko also stressed that the Party of Regions has “wonderful opposition start.” Bezsmertny added that the PR must define its position in the newly elected parliament by itself.

Giving the PR opposition status and pledging to pass the Law on Opposition, Yulia Timoshenko in that way tries to strengthen her position and pushes aside the PR from the Cabinet making. “Our political forces will stand for opposition to get real instrument of influence and to execute control…If the opposition does not posses instruments of control over the activity of executive power, this power will obey neither the Constitution nor legislative acts,” stressed BYuT leader. 


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