As reported by Censor.NET citing 112, this was the response of Lviv mayor Andrii Sadovyi to the PM's seat offering. He said that the head of the government must be supported by the parliament, while Samopomich only has 26 votes in the Verkhovna Rada.
According to Sadovyi, in order to refuse political tensions in the country, a law on holding elections with open lists and proportional system should be adopted, the Central Election Committee and Prosecutor General replaced, and only after that it would be possible to discuss problems in the government.
Samopomich leader announced that the situation has to be ruled out by two largest parliamentary factions, because acting PM Yatseniuk has the right to continue working and is not planning to resign.
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