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 People's Front ready to consider concrete proposals on new government and coalition, excluding Opposition Bloc, - MP Siumar

People's Front faction is ready to consider any concrete proposal by Petro Poroshenko Bloc on a new coalition, a new governmental action program, a candidate for the post of prime minister, and a composition of the Cabinet. At this, another condition is ruling out of the Opposition Bloc's possible joining of the new coalition.

People's Front Deputy Chairman Victoriia Siumar told journalists after a faction meeting, Censor.NET reports referring to the party's press service.

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"People's Front welcomes Poroshenko Bloc's initiative to develop a new governmental action program as well as its ability to find a candidate for program's implementation. This is a serious statement made by Yurii Lutsenko today, signaling obviously their readiness to take responsibility," she said.

Victoriia Siumar recalled that in his address to the Ukrainian people Yatseniuk said he did not cling to the post of prime minister. Hence, should Poroshenko Bloc offer a candidate for the post and an action program, People's Front is ready to consider the issue.

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People's Front has also taken a policy decision about unacceptability of building a coalition with the Opposition Bloc. "Today we must do everything to form a coalition with truly pro-European political forces. It's not for nothing that the Maidan happened two years ago, that now, for the sake of political ambitions, we would start forming some very questionable coalitions which won't be supported by the Ukrainian people," she said.

In addition, Siumar said that urging the resignation of the government without offering anything in return and without having a working coalition format was an irresponsible move.

"We are ready to consider the possibility to stay within the coalition. We have always positioned ourselves as a state political force, so we will continue to work for the sake of structural stability. But our partners must be clear: what coalition and prime minister we have, what the governmental program is, and who will perform it," Siumar said.
 
 
 
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