People's Front parliamentary faction leader Maksym Burbak said to Censor.NET correspondent on the sidelines of the Verkhovna Rada.
He said that next plenary week will show whether MPs will support the resignation of Prosecutor General Shokin.
He also said he was sure that the coalition still exists in the parliament.
"Yesterday we had this very important vote on the asset forfeiture bill. ... This again showed that the coalition exists and is acting," Burbak said.
He voiced his version of political crisis overcoming. "This [includes] resume of coalition operation, support of government's action plan. It's public and you can see it. 379 project that need be voted for this year for the purpose of reforms implementation. And we start working," the MP noted.
The deputy also insists that the Rada votes for Prosecutor General Shokin's resignation during its next week plenary session.
Burbak didn't say whether People's Front faction supports Yurii Lutsenko as a candidate for the position.
"We have not yet discussed it with the faction. Under the Constitution, the president has the right to make proposals. We would like to see the president's proposals," Burbak said.
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