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Minister of Social Policy not to go to Verkhovna Rada

The Minister is ready to work in Groysman's Government
14:42, 12 June 2019

Minister of Social Policy Andriy Reva
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Minister of Social Policy Andriy Reva does not intend to go to the Verkhovna Rada on the snap elections, as he told the journalists in the sidelines of the Cabinet of Ministers, 112 Ukraine reported.

“Three years ago, when I went working, I was asked, “Will you be an MP?” Then I said that I don’t plan to be an MP. I worked as a Minister under the Government of Groysman. If there is Groysman’s Government and he will think that he needs me there – it’s an option. If Volodymyr Borysovych, a PM is not there – there will be another Government. I don’t consider such options,” Reva said.

Related: Parliament Speaker Parubiy to run for snap elections with Poroshenko’s party

As it was reported, several Ministers from Groysman’s Government intend to be MPs. A part of them – as members of Ukrainian strategy party, which Prime Minister headed.

Snap elections to Ukraine’s Parliament are scheduled for July 21.

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