Submission for the resignation of Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko is unlikely to be presented in the Parliament of the current convocation, as Head of “Servant of the People” Dmytro Razumkov said on air of Pulse political talk show on 112 Ukraine.
He explained that earlier MPs, despite the agreements, did not vote for support of presidential initiatives. Due to this, decisions of personnel matters in Verkhovna Rada are not planned.
“Considering the way Verkhovna Rada voted for other statements of the President, we realize what would happen next. There were certain MPs and certain political forces who implemented those promises which they gave to the President within the negotiations held in the President’s Administration. Most of them acted as usual – voted and tried to promote themselves. I don’t think it’s the right thing to hold another show related to resignations,” he said.
As it was reported, Ukraine’s Parliament refused to include two bills presented by Zelensky in the agenda.
Prosecutor General Lutsenko stated he would continue working on the post till parliamentary elections on July 21.
Dmytro Razumkov is one of the main spin-doctors of Zelensky’s presidential campaign in 2019. In his past, he was the member of Party of Regions in 2006-2010.
Razumkov will perform the functions of the Head of “Servant of the People” party.