This was announced by presidential envoy to parliament Stepan Kubiv, Censor.NET informs citing Interfax-Ukraine.
"Settling the political crisis is a matter of days and hours. President Petro Poroshenko has noted that this parliamentary week we have to see the new government and the new coalition oriented towards reforms, implementation of the EU Association Agreement, cooperation with the International Monetary Fund, and fighting with corruption. Otherwise, the parliament will be dismissed," Kubiv said at the meeting of coordination board of faction, committee, and group leaders of the parliament on Monday.
He also noted that Petro Poroshenko insists on accelerated consideration of the judicial reform by the parliament, which includes lifting of judicial immunity and amendments to the Constitution.
According to Kubiv, the president also insists on constitutional amendments related to decentralization, on the five-year budget policy program, and on unchanged tax legislation.
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