Ukraine, Kiev / Tend corr. Z.Novosvitski / It is too soon to finalise the process of forming a Ukrainian Parliament despite the coalition being established in the Supreme Rada (Ukrainian Parliament) and there being enough signatures to form the coalition, the Board Chairman of the Centre of applied political studies Penta Vladimir Fesenko stated.
The formation of the majority in the Ukrainian Parliament was announced on 29 November 2007. Two factions included into the Parliamentary coalition, the Bloc of Yulia Timoshenko (BYuT) and Our Ukraine-People's Self-Defence bloc (NU-NS).
"Firstly there is one person, Ivan Plush, who has not signed, and who knows, there may be another," Fesenko said at an interview with Trend Agency.
The party, however, will continue to direct purposeful work with separate MPs both in BYuT and NU-NS
Secondly, there is the individual work, as well as internal contradictions within the coalition which may materialize during the election for the Prime Minister candidature. "There fore, there is a risk that Timoshenko may not collect one or two votes during the parliamentary elections in Ukraine," the expert said.
Commenting on the processes in the Ukrainian Parliament, Fesenko believes in the successful the candidature of Arsenia Yatsenuk for the Speaker post of the Ukrainian Parliament. He has the opportunity to be elected in the post of Speaker.
Nevertheless, Fesenko stated that there was conflict within the NU-NS's leadership and the President Secretariat which could lead to problems within the party.