As reported by Censor.NET, this was announced by Petro Poroshenko Bloc deputy Serhii Berezenko.
"I think it's 98 percent. I'm sure that this landmark vote will gather the entire parliament," he said.
The politician expressed doubt that this issue will be resolved today. "Obviously, the negotiations will continue for another hour or two. It's already 6 p.m., and as far as I know, Rada's working day was not extended at the morning session. Technically, changes to the rules of procedure are hard to introduce. So I think it's Wednesday morning," he added.
Also, according to Berezenko, PPB insists that all the key votes come on the same day - Yatseniuk's resignation as prime minister, the nomination of Hroisman on behalf of the coalition, and immediately after discussing the candidates for ministers in factions - "the introduction of the whole package before the parliament."
After a remark on today's fruitless negotiations, the politician said: "The negotiations are underway. Since they are not completed, it would be irresponsible to bring forth a raw decision."
Commenting on information about Poroshenko's ultimatum on the dissolution of the parliament, Berezenko said: "This is a superficial statement that is not supported by any facts."