One of Yuliya Tymoshenko (BYuT) leaders Olexandr Turchynov is sure that Foreign Minister Tarasyuk’s and Defense Minister Hrytsenko’s resignations may produce extra reason for the Parliament’s dissolution, according to Ukrayinska Pravda.
BYuT considers that the President may disband the Parliament before the ministers’ removal, UNIAN news agency reports.
“I reiterate that there are great many reasons for the Parliament’s dissolution, for instance illegitimate government for it is really illegitimate since August 20 if to strictly stick to the law,” Turchynov claims.
He considers that the President must not wait until Yanukovych-led forces oust him as the way of todays decision-making causes concerns.
“Tarasyuk and Hrytsenko fell from grace as they did not bend to Yanukovych. By putting the burning issues on hold Yushchenko discredits existence of the presidential institute as a whole,” marks BYuT member.
As was earlier reported, on Friday the Verkhovna Rada adopted a decree on hearing the Foreign and the Defense Ministers’ reports through November 15.
On November 1 Prime Minister Yanukovych complained that he was at loggerheads with Foreign Minister Borys Tarasyuk.