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 Lutsenko on government reshuffle: "We can call extraordinary meeting next week"

Next week, the Verkhovna Rada may convene for an extraordinary session, should a compromise on the composition of a new government be reached.

As reported by Censor.NET citing Interfax-Ukraine, this was announced by Poroshenko Bloc faction leader Yurii Lutsenko.

According to him, in order to have votes for the resignation of the Cabinet, there should to be a new prime minister with his government and program.

"I think this work may take next week. And if everything turns out fine, we can call an extraordinary meeting next week. So, it depends on consultations with the parties," Lutsenko said.

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According to him, there are at least three real candidates for the post of prime minister.

"There is a debate going on among different factions of the coalition, including People's Front, seeking to come up in the framework of the old European coalition with another prime minister and another government, and ideally another program or an adjusted action plan," he said.

"Yatseniuk's resignation didn't happen because a few dozen people from different factions, including from ours, fear a turbulence that may happen between resignation and appointment," Lutsenko remarked.

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