President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky called on the Verkhovna Rada to "work for the state" and admitted the possibility of dissolving the parliament. He stated this on the air of the ICTV TV channel.
"I believe that we have a lot of unstable things in our country due to coronavirus, Donbas, the actual state of the economy. I want this parliament to work for the state, I tell you frankly. It will also depend on the implementation of our plan and on the conclusions that our deputies will make," Zelensky said.
He also reminded that he expected support from the Servant of the People faction, as they "became MPs because of him."
As we reported earlier, yesterday, on November 2, Zelensky urged the parliamentary faction Servant of the People to obligatory support his ‘tough’ initiatives on the Constitutional Court of Ukraine.
“It is obvious that on the results of today’s decisions, votes, we will assume global decisions. We will try to rigidly re-load the whole system because the time of talks has ended. Time of entreaties and mildness has ended. We need to assume ‘tough’ decisions on the Constitutional Court. Certainly. It is not a request. Any requests, while the values are destroyed,” the president stated.