Besides revocation of their minister, the faction called on the other parties that formed the parliamentary coalition to sign a new coalition agreement and form an effective government: "We do not intend to legitimize the further existence of such government with our presence in it," reads the report by Samopomich.
In turn, the minister addressed the news on Facebook: “I’ve been struck today with the statement of Samopomich’s political council, as the party had always praised my work.”
Read alsoAgriculture Ministry: Ukraine potential highly appreciated by foreign experts“I’m not a member of any political party and not part of any party structures. I have no backstage obligations,” the minister wrote.
As UNIAN reported earlier, several ministers of the Ukrainian Cabinet may face dismissal, including Interior Minister Arsen Avakov and Ukraine’s Vice PM, Minister of Culture Vyacheslav Kyrylenko, that’s according to the pro-presidential BPP parliamentary faction.