He stated on the sidelines of the Verkhovna Rada, Censor.NET informs.
"The Verkhovna Rada demonstrates it can make important decisions. However, we need a parliamentary majority for this work to be stable... I want to say it once again, Poroshenko Bloc and all other factions do not deem it possible to cooperate with the current Cabinet under existing format.
"Nevertheless, Poroshenko Bloc will not withdraw from the coalition, regardless of any appeals. The coalition agreement is the reason why we came to the parliament. Still, we do not believe that the current composition of the Yatseniuk's Cabinet is capable of solving these tasks. Its inactivity has actually ruined this coalition...
"Yatseniuk has two options: either offer a new format of the Cabinet along with precise monthly plan of reforms, or resign. We expect him to take one of the two decisions," Lutsenko said, noting that the prime minister has three weeks to think everything over.
If Yatseniuk fails to come up with a decision and provide an action plan, Lutsenko does not rule out that the parliament may re-vote the nonconfidence motion.
"I do not rule out re-voting the resignation of the prime minister, which will lead to dismissal of the entire Cabinet of Ministers," he said.
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