On Thursday, the Ukrainian Parliament is going to vote to approve the new Prime Minister. The only other contender for the post, supported by the coalition and by the President, Volodymyr Groysman on Thursday morning appeared before the deputies.
He said there are three threats facing the country: “It’s the corruption, the inefficiency of public administration. And that’s populism, which is no less a threat to Ukraine than the enemy in the East of our country.”
Groisman, now occupying the post of the presidency of the Parliament, told that it does not tear the Prime Minister, however, promised that the government under him will work openly, responsibly and effectively.
He promised that his Cabinet will be intolerant of corruption and to do everything to stabilize the situation in the country.
In the opinion of Groisman, Ukraine needs not only a new government but a completely new dialogue between the government and the society: “we Need to talk more about what we will do.” He also promised to raise the efficiency of the government and Parliament. The country, according to the candidate for premieres, the necessary power, “power that is responsible for their actions and for the result”. I would like to say that a special place will be occupied by increasing the efficiency of work with the Ukrainian Parliament.
The leader of Radical party Oleg Lyashko during the performance of the candidate in the premiere shouted to him, “Sharpie!” (TV channel 112).
Before the show talked about in Parliament were made by the outgoing Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk and President Petro Poroshenko. Yatsenyuk called on the deputies to satisfy his decision to resign. The President expressed full support Groysman, who was named politician of the new generation.
Before proceeding to the voting procedure in the Parliament are the leaders of the factions. The leader of the faction “Samopomich” Oleg Berezyuk urged the new government not to “bad start” to start and to vote on all personnel matters as required by the Constitution. The leader of the “Opposition front” Oleg Boyko called upon to give a political assessment to the outgoing government, which he considers unsatisfactory.
The leader of the “Batkivshchyna” Yulia Tymoshenko has accused the heads of Parliament in violation of the regulations when considering staffing issues and announced that her party would go into opposition. According to her, for the first time in the history of Ukraine and the ruling coalition and the opposition are Pro-European parties.