People's Front faction head Maksym Burbak said on the sidelines of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, Censor.NET's correspondent informs.
"It's a pity that two political parties have decided to coordinate their efforts to hasten the early parliamentary elections, but we see that the coalition works, the bills are adopted," Burbak said and expressed confidence that Rada would pass all the bills necessary for the introduction of visa-free regime with the EU today after 4 p.m.
Besides, according to Burbak, the Radical Party has not de jure seceded from the coalition.
"There are more than 226 votes allowing us to work. I hail the responsible decision taken by my colleague, the Radical Party faction head, because the strive of two factions to appoint early parliamentary elections stirs the pot and works in Russia's favor. Ukraine will not survive these elections. That is why we are observing a new quality of parliamentary work today: we are quietly, calmly, substantively discussing and voting the essential bills, while the two factions have decided to carry out political maneuvering," he concluded.
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