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 Poroshenko Bloc believes new government needs new parliamentary coalition, - MP Lutsenko

Next week, the leaders of the democratic parliamentary factions have to start negotiations about the creation of a new coalition which will work with a new government.

Poroshenko Bloc faction leader Yurii Lutsenko wrote on his Facebook page, Censor.NET reports.

"Samopomich and Batkivshchyna's withdrawal from the coalition flag deep political crisis. We can argue about juridical details, but in fact the old coalition has ceased to exist.

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"Prime minister's reluctance to admit it leads to the expansion of the crisis of confidence not only between the government and Ukrainians, but also between Ukraine and its Western partners. We are losing a visa-free regime, the cooperation with the IMF, and so much more.

"Next week, the leaders of the democratic parliamentary factions have to start negotiations about the creation of a new coalition which will work with a new government. Poroshenko Bloc is ready to offer an annual joint action plan of the parliamentary majority and the Cabinet of Ministers. It should be implemented by a technocratic reformer team free of any party ambitions," the deputy wrote.

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