A candidate for the post of prime minister of Ukraine will be presented after the parliamentary elections are held and the coalition is formed in Parliament, says leader of the "Servant of the People" Party Dmytro Razumkov.
"Today we won't be holding any negotiations or talking about who will be the prime minister or minister of health, energy or other areas," Razumkov told a press conference following the Party Congress held Sunday, according to an UNIAN correspondent.
"That would be wrong," he added.
According to the party leader, the candidature for the post of head of government will be presented after early elections are held to the Verkhovna Rada, scheduled for July 21, and a parliamentary coalition is formed.
As UNIAN reported earlier, on Sunday, June 9, at the "Servant of the People" Party Congress, the TOP 20 members from the party's electoral list were presented ahead of parliamentary elections.
The TOP 3 figures are party leader Dmytro Razumkov, presidential representative in the Rada Ruslan Stefanchuk, and lawyer Iryna Venediktova.