21 September 2017
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MP names factors for Ukrainian government's resignation

The coordinator of the parliamentary coalition and chairman of the Bloc of Poroshenko (BPP) Yuriy Lutsenko does not rule out resignation of the government under certain circumstances, the press service of the BPP has told an UNIAN correspondent.

Photo from UNIAN
Photo from UNIAN

According to Lutsenko, he sees two scenarios. "Either we change ministers, who do not cope with their tasks… unfortunately, there are a lot of them, or if the number of those seeking radical changes in the Parliament reaches a critical point, [and] the prime minister will get a motion of nonconfidence," the official said.

He stated that the BPP has not made such a decision yet: "We are waiting for a meeting with the prime minister, and perhaps with the whole government, in order to determine the causes of failures."

Yatsenyuk: Several ministers to be dismissed within two weeksIn addition, Lutsenko said that the BPP would not vote for the draft 2016 budget based on the old Tax Code: "Because after financial stabilization, after decentralization of resources, we must begin the third stage of reforms - stimulation of economic growth. It is impossible with the current Tax Code. We demand a new Tax Code and the budget based on it."

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