"The president, the prime minister, and the factions all bear responsibility for the situation in the country. We will do everything to make the coalition work, while its collapse will inevitably lead to the parliamentary elections and perhaps early presidential elections. It will not impact positively on the economic situation in the country," he said at Svoboda Slova talk show on air of ICTV channel on Monday, Censor.NET reports citing Interfax-Ukraine.
According to him, if there are no votes for the resignation of the government today, "it's necessary to sit down and negotiate our further work."
"It's time to stop destabilizing the situation... The prime minister's repeated position is that no one holds onto their offices. If there are 226 votes, please, vote it," Burbak said.
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