He said this to journalists, Censor.NET reports citing Ukrainian News.
"The proposal of Mr. Yatseniuk came today too prematurely because of the impression that we (the Working Group) does not deal with the other here, and share with each other portfolios," he said.
Thus, Rozenko predicts that 80% of the proposed candidates will ultimately not be in the Cabinet.
"This is a personal idea of his. I can accurately predict that about 80% of those names that were announced today, will not be present in the Cabinet of Ministers," he said.
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According to him, as soon as the candidates for ministerial posts (not just those proposed by Yatseniuk) read the coalition agreement, the number of those willing to take the post of Minister will drop sharply.
"Because the coalition agreement is unpleasant, very tough, with clearly stated forms and specific performance terms," he added.
Rozenko did not comment on Yatseniuk's proposal of his candidacy for the post of Minister for Social Policy, noting that the final decision on personnel issues will be made by the coalition. "Let's just say - it's Yatseniuk's own vision because it wasn't discussed with me. However, I am flattered that he suggested I can take up this post," Rozenko told Ukrainska Pravda.