The Ukrainian Parliament to Vote for The Prime Minister On 18 Dec
Ukraine, Kiev / corr Trend Z.Novosvitskiy / The Ukrainian Parliament made a decision to hold the voting on the appointment of the Ukrainian Premier on 18 December, without using the electron board of the Supreme Rada [parliament].
The first voting for the candidature of Yulia Timoshenko, a representative of the parliamentary majority, to the post of Prime Minister was held on 11 December, was unsuccessful. Although 225 Mps supported her, she was short of 1 vote. Nevertheless, MPs of the Coalition, which has 227 votes, urged that they will support the appointment of Timoshenko. The majority stated that the result of voting was not objectively shown on the electron board, asserting that the system failed during the voting.
On 14 December, the Parliament made a decision to hold the voting through the private confirmation of vote by every MP. "During the voting every MP will be in his job place, and the chairman of the Parliament will read out the surname of every MP to receive a loud answer," Arseniy Yatzenok, the chairman of the Parliament, said in a meeting.
The procedure will be shot by audio and video system, and is controlled by the Accountancy Commission of the Parliament, which will confirm the results of voting. The newly elected Parliament of Ukraine has been unable to launch a normal work.