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 Becoming PM to foil it all is not my plan, - Hroisman

Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada, candidate for the post of prime minister Volodymyr Hroisman is ready to "work his guts out" as prime minister.

As reported by Censor.NET referring to Ukrinform, he announced this on air of ICTV's Svoboda Slova talk show.

"I'm used to taking responsibility and I can say that becoming PM to foil it all is not my plan," Hroisman said, answering a question whether his premiership won't end up like that of Yatseniuk.

The speaker explained that if he wants to reform something as PM, for example, the customs, he will do it without anyone's permission.

"And remember one thing, I'll not ask for anything from anyone, for any permission. If my views are needed to change the situation at the customs, I will do it. It is better to not let me in now, prevent me [from taking the post - ed.], whatever - but I'll do it," Hroisman stated.

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