People's Front faction Deputy Head Viktoria Siumar wrote on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.
"The decision of our faction after a long discussion is as follows: we are willing to append our signatures to the coalition agreement that envisages appointment of prime minister suggested by Petro Poroshenko Bloc (PPB) when there will be 226 (or more) MPs in the coalition required for approval of the key items of the coalition agreement and the new government's program (which is at least three factions ready to take responsibility for the new government)," she wrote.
"Our main message to the colleagues from the largest faction, who have decided to quit something that does not exist: if you want [to appoint] the prime minister and the government, you need to form a strong coalition but not completely destroy the shambles largely caused by yourselves... Because we may turn the country into shambles with such an approach... One cannot destroy something without showing the path of building. It is irresponsible. And those aspirations do not lead to the path some individuals followed in 2005 - they lead to a much worse direction... The price paid for people's confidence then was lower while the stock of strength was incomparably larger... One should better remember this making political statements and being overwhelmed with political passions," Siumar summed up.
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