He said this on the sidelines of the Verkhovna Rada, Censor.NET reports.
"It seems to me that it was a conspiracy. A well-orchestrated and planned show intended to shift all responsibility for this decision to the parliament. We can trace the dynamics of today's voting and see how many votes each deputy gave. We will arrive at two simple conclusions: first - Yatseniuk's resignation was not supported by representatives of Rinat Akhmetov, second - people close to Ihor Kolomoiskyi didn't vote for it either. Thus, all talks about Yatseniuk not being associated with these oligarchs make no sense any more," Nayyem said.
"Because, if he [Yatseniuk - ed.] had really put pressure on oligarchs, these two would have been the first to support his resignation. They didn't do it, so he is tied with them. This is logical. And third, part of our faction, about 25 people, who during the day voted for visa-free laws, political dictatorship law, did not give their votes for Cabinet's resignation. These 25 people said yesterday at the faction's meeting they would vote for the resignation of the government, so they bear responsibility. And I don't believe that if there was the will of the head of the faction, the will of the president, these people would not give their votes. As they did not give them, we conclude that there was a conspiracy," the MP stressed.
"It was a well-orchestrated spectacle to show parliament was to blame and, as a matter of fact, everything would continue as is. But the problem is that lying now, they still will have to deal with this parliament, and collect votes in this parliament, and gain trust in this parliament as well. And most importantly, we have to conclude a coalition agreement. I really do not see how we'll conclude it with this government," Nayyem resumed.
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