Supreme Rada must consider resolution of no confidence towards government within 10 days: first vice speaker
Ukraine, Kiev, Jan. 14/ Trend Z. Novsvitski/ The Supreme Rada must consider a resolution of no confidence to the government within 10 days, Alexander Lavrinovich, the first vice speaker of chairman of the Ukraine's Supreme Rada, said on Jan. 14 at the Parliamentary meeting.
On Jan. 14 the conciliatory council has made a decision that the Parliament will hear a report of the government on Feb. 5, Andrey Kozhemyakin, representative of Bloc of Yulia Timoshenko, said.
Under law "Ukraine's Cabinet of Ministers" the Supreme Rada is obliged to consider initiatives of Ukraine's President or 150 people's MP of Ukraine not later than 10 days, Kojemakin said.
On Jan. 13 oppositional Parliamentary fraction of Party of Regions demanded immediate resignation of the government and launched procedures of impeachment of Ukraine's President Victor Yushchenko. Leader of Communist party Petr Simonenko told that his fraction was ready to support this initiative.
Prime Minister Yulia Timoshenko in her turn told on Jan. 14 at a press conference that Party of Regions wouldn't be able to collect necessary number of votes in the Supreme Rada to resign the government.
"Resignation of the government is a full profanation of Party of Regions. They absolutely know that there aren't votes for it. They used to rend the air and continue to rend it," Timoshenko said.
"Even if they collected votes by fantastic way, the government would continue to discharge its obligations till setting up of a new coalition, Prime Minister said.
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