Tymoshenko: I`d like to believe that Parliament not to halt reforms

12:19, 04 April 2008
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She hopes next week the Verkhovna Rada will commence working

“I’d like to believe that the Parliament will at last resume its operation and will not pose a halt on the way of carrying out actual reforms in Ukraine,” Prime Minister of Ukraine Yulia Tymoshenko emphasized during the briefing, according to the government’s press-office.

The Head of Government hopes that the following week Verkhovna Rada will commence working in a system way and the coalition will vote unanimously. Yulia Tymoshenko reminded that the Cabinet of Ministers had submitted for approval by the parliament the Government Action Program “Ukrainian Breakthrough” and dozens of system draft laws, called to change peoples’ lives.

Premier also anticipates the next week coalition of democratic forces will back up removal of incumbent leaders of State Property Fund, Antimonopoly Committee and State Committee for Television and Radio Broadcasting and appoint new ones.

Yulia Tymoshenko added she intends to consider the issues of work of the Parliament during the meeting with Speaker Arseniy Yatsenyuk.

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