23 August 2017
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Ukraine PM offers Parliament to vote non-confidence in Cabinet

Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk has offered the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine to submit a resolution of non-confidence in the Cabinet of Ministers in case of not supporting the government's actions, according to an UNIAN correspondent.

Photo from UNIAN
Photo from UNIAN

"You have a constitutional right to submit to the Parliament the resolution of non-confidence in the Cabinet of Ministers. Please exercise this right and put the question of non-confidence in the government to a vote," he said, referring to MPs during an hour of questions to the Government at the Rada, stressing that Ukraine is actually a parliamentary-presidential republic.

Poroshenko to G7, EU envoys: Government needs "rapid reload""If this motion gains enough votes, we will be honored and proud to hand the authority over to the new composition of the Cabinet of Ministers. Make this step, and it will be your responsibility. And what we do now is our responsibility," Yatsenyuk said, answering the question on whether the Government should resign.

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