President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky says he would disband the newly shaped Parliament - in case it fails to live up to the expectations of fellow Ukrainians.
"It is already clear: Rada of this convocation will make history. The question is how. You have every chance to make history as the Parliament that did the unbelievable things, the one that brought to life everything they failed to do over the previous 28 years; as a Parliament where there were no fights. I'm asking you - no miss-outs, no pushing buttons. Entire Ukraine is asking you. A constructive and hard everyday work for the sake of the Ukrainian nation", Zelensky said.
He also warned that the Parliament could also make history as the Parliament that lasted the least, only one year.
"In fact, it is your, our probation period. Believe me, I already know this: dissolving the Rada is not that scary", the President concluded, referring to his first day in the office, when he ordered to disband the Parliament and appointed the snap parliamentary election.