"Over the last few months, our entire team is trying to convince the government to conduct real reforms and take immediate and decisive steps. The further we go, the less we hope that something will change. The reforms are constantly deferred. This is a refusal of reforms. No promise has been fulfilled after Maidan. They just pull the wool over our eyes," Saakashvili said.
"It is necessary to carry out real reforms. That's why I appeal to the president and the parliament with a demand. "It's not about Yatseniuk. It's about political class and Poroshenko's approaches to processes within the country. His approach [Poroshenko - ed.], his inner circle and Presidential Administration's approach," Saakashvili noted.
"We demand to stop these rigged talks on the government. I call on MPs not to vote for this government under such conditions," the Odesa governor implored.