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 "If Poroshenko Bloc collects 160 signatures for any PM, we are ready to support this person," - MP Pashynskyi

People's Front is against any backroom deals as far as government reshuffle is concerned.

People's Front MP Serhii Pashynskyi told journalists, Censor.NET reports.

"We [People's Front - ed.] believe that given the current situation, snap elections would lead to a country's collapse. If Poroshenko Bloc collects 160 signatures for any prime minister, we are ready to support this person. The next prime minister cannot be a pig in a poke. Something interesting is going on. One faction says: "We have three candidates." Well, could you give a name of at least one of them? Then, another faction says: "We also have a candidate." Who is he? Azarov, Yanukovych, Boiko?" people's deputy said.

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Also, according to Pashynskyi, People's Front is curious not only about a candidate for the post of prime minister, but also about a program, and a composition of the government.

The deputy also noted that the name of a new prime minister should be announced not behind the scenes, but openly.

"What some provocateurs and swindlers say to us: "Let us dismiss Yatseniuk and then decide on further actions." It's unacceptable. We can not let the country plunge in chaos. Let's get out of the situation. If you have 160 votes, our fraction will give 75 more," the MP said.

However, Pashynskyi said that People's Front will not vote for a prime minister supported by the Opposition Bloc deputies and those turncoats who voted for the infamous dictatorship laws on Jan. 16, 2014. "If it is the former democratic coalition, we will support a normal, acceptable prime minister. Collect 160 votes. That's it. There is no intrigue here," he addressed PPB deputies.

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In addition, Pashynskyi noted that "if Poroshenko Bloc votes for a new prime minister in the same manner as they voted for special confiscation today, Yatseniuk will stay in office for 15 more years."
 
 
 
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