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Snap elections: Ukraine's PM heads "Ukrainian strategy" party

Volodymyr Groysman will take part in early parliamentary elections in July
14:48, 7 June 2019

Ukraine’s Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman
Ukrainian strategy

Ukraine’s Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman headed the electoral list of the party “Groysman’s Ukrainian strategy” on parliamentary snap elections, as it was announce on the congress of the party on June 7, Interfax-Ukraine reported.

Besides, four more officials from the Cabinet of Ministers were included in the list: three ministers (Minister of Education Liliya Grynevych, Minister Oleksandr Sayenko and Minister of Culture Yevgen Nishchuk), and Deputy Minister of Information Policy Emine Ceppar.

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Pavlo Yablonsky, an MP of several conventions of Vinnytsia City Council was also included.

Besides, former Deputy Finance Minister and ex-Deputy Head of Administration of President Porosehnko Serhiy Marchenko, Justice Minister Pavlo Petrenko, MPs from “People’s Front” party Andriy Teteruk and Viktor Yelentsky are on the list.

Groysman reminded about his work on the post of Vinnytsia Mayor and stressed that he created his own team, as he does not want to belong to any other party.

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“I am convinced that you won’t be ashamed of our work,” Groysman said.

He also informed that he continues working as a Prime Minister. Before, Verkhovna Rada voted against his resignation that he asked for on May 20.

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