"I have not heard personnel issues discussion neither here nor anywhere else. The Constitution does not envisage such disputes. According to the Constitution, the candidacy of Mr. Yatseniuk will be introduced for the post of the prime minister, and he will propose his vision of the future government to the Council of the Coalition, and then to the Parliament," he said.
Herewith the politician noted: "Perhaps, some discussions of his proposals will be held then. Meanwhile, all the coalition parties support prime's candidacy, and will see his point of view on the Cabinet."
The agency also informs that the coalition agreement negotiations continue in the building of the Verkhovna Rada with the participation of representatives of five political forces that have overcome the 5% threshold for parliamentary elections.
The consultations participants intend to consider governance of agriculture, fuel, and energy sectors Wednesday.