"I think (Yatsenyuk will remain prime minister - Ed.) until the spring for sure, because many of the reforms that have been launched are popular. We have such a popular reforms as the one of the police, which the whole country adores, as well as [creation of] the anti-corruption bureau," Parubii said.
At the same time, he drew attention to the unpopular reforms of Yatseniuk including increase of gas and utility prices. However, Parubii believes these reforms will show the result as early as in winter and there will be increase of social payments to pensioners and workers as well as minimum official wage will be gradually increased.
Earlier in September President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko said that there were no signs that Arsenii Yatseniuk was facing resignation from the post of the head of the government. According to the president, the future of the prime minister entirely depends on the coalition.