Arseniy Yatseniuk, who was dismissed today from the Verkhovna Rada Speaker’s post, does not see any tragedy in this fact.
According to an UNIAN correspondent, Arseniy Yatseniuk claimed this to journalists on Wednesday.
“I do not see any tragedy in it. Probably, it was an answer to my proposals to unite political forces, to my anti-crisis work, to adoption of a whole range of anti-crisis packages, and, on the whole, probably, to my independent position in the Ukrainian parliament”, A.Yatseniuk said.
He believes that the democracy is still jeopardized in Ukraine, an evidence of it being the actions that take place in parliament.
“The main task is to hamper them bury democracy over burying the Ukrainian parliament, which must not happen under any condition”, he said.
Asked what he will do after the dismissal, Arseniy Yatseniuk said he will continue to form his own political force. “They ousted me so that I may return, but not here”, he said.
As UNIAN reported earlier, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine ousted Arseniy Yatseniuk as Speaker on Wednesday. 233 Mps out of 350 registered in the session hall voted for this.