"Creation and dissolution of the coalition are not only political statements, but also a legal format. As of today, more than 226 signatures remain under the coalition [agreement - ed.]. De jure, the coalition still exists," first deputy speaker of the Verkhovna Rada Andrii Parubii said prior to closing the parliamentary plenary session on Friday, Censor.NET reports citing Interfax-Ukraine.
According to Parubii, yesterday's voting in the parliament proved that there are enough votes in the Rada for making decisions.
He stressed that as of today there are no grounds to announce the coalition's dissolution and subsequent dismissal of the Ukrainian parliament.
Related materials: coalition agreement 2014
People's Front urges PPB to name new PM candidate and give information on coalition composition, - MP Siumar(0)
Poroshenko will dismiss Rada if no coalition and new Cabinet created this week, - presidential envoy to parliament Kubiv(0)