We have enough votes for the resignation of Avakov, - Kaplin
Petro Poroshenko's Bloc Sergiy Kaplin registered a bill to dismiss Avakov from his position of Internal Minister
Petro Poroshenko's Bloc Sergiy Kaplin registered a draft law in the Verkhovna Rada on dismissal of Arsen Avakov from his position of the Minister of Internal Affairs.
The decree #5041 of August 26 was published on the website of the Ukrainian parliament today, August 26.
The explanatory note appeals to inability of law enforcement bodies under Avakov to provide security of the Ukrainian citizens and to fight organized crimes, specifically mass usage of arms by the police officers towards the offenders.
People's deputy Sergiy Kaplin said that the parliament will provide enough votes for the resignation of the Interior Minister Arsen Avakov. It was announced by Kaplin on air of 112 Ukraine TV channel.
"I held consultations with a number of groups and factions in the Verkhovna Rada, and I want to tell you, now we have enough votes for the resignation of Avakov when the session in Verkhovna Rada kicks off," - he said.
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