“It must be the first time in my career when I, as the Prime Minister, and the parliamentary faction of People’s Front party gather votes to shape the parliamentary coalition. Then, the coalition would shape the new government and the new Premier would be assigned. That must be something new to the Ukrainian politics. But I’m ready to make any decision not only to shape the new government and let it work, but also to maintain political stability in the country; to extend Ukraine’s cooperation with the IMF; to make changes in the society tangible and visible to the Ukrainian nation”, Yatsenyuk said.
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On March 30, Ukrainian MPs said there’s a chance that nonparty men could join parliamentary factions of People’s Front and Petro Poroshenko’s Bloc. That would let them create a coalition of these two factions, and proceed with electing members of the new government.