Opposition Bloc parliamentary faction refuses to work at Supreme Rada of Ukraine
Opposition Bloc parliamentary faction has no intention to vote for any laws introduced by the Supreme Rada of Ukraine, says Vadim Rabinovich, an MP from the Opposition Bloc.
“The Opposition Bloc does not vote for any law introduced by this parliament,” Rabinovich told reporters behind the scene in the parliament on April 13. He said the Opposition Bloc will not vote for the bills until the issues related to the people are settled. He said the incumbent parliament examines no laws; instead it is fully occupied by distribution of posts.
Earlier, after Arseniy Yatsenyuk’s resignation, the Opposition Bloc demanded that snap elections are announced. As EADaily reported, the Petro Poroshenko Bloc and People’s Front Party faction have been negotiating for nomination of the next prime minister and for a new government and parliamentary coalition of Ukraine without any progress for a second day already. President Petro Poroshenko said he would have to dissolve the Supreme Rada and announce parliamentary elections, unless the sides arrive at a consensus by 6:00pm today.
Published on April 13th, 2016 11:57 AM