President of Ukraine Voodymyr Zelensky said there are certain conditions under which he would disband the Parliament. He said so at a press conference timed to his first anniversary in the office. The event took place in Kyiv on May 20.
Zelensky said that as long as Servant of the People (pro-presidential political party, - 112 International) votes for all laws that are pivotal for the country he woud support their decisions.
"Not just Servant of the People... I'll supoport the composition of the party - the single-party majority, I should say - because they do their job. As soon as they stop voting, or say they don't want to, or promote the interests of any commercial influence group in Ukraine's political environment - I will instantly disband the Parliament, not even considering any options", Zelensky said.
Previously, the Ukrainian leader announced he would sign the law on the improvement of mechanisms of banking activity regulation in the near future. He also said he expected that the signature of a memorandum between Ukraine and the IMF would take place in May.