Ukraine's BYuT leader stands for early parliamentary elections

Other News Materials 11 January 2007 18:00 (UTC +04:00)

(ForUm) - BYuT leader Yulia Tymoshenko wishes the Verkhovna Rada finished session with epoch-making victories. Tymoshenko told journalists Thursday.

According to her, unfortunately the majority of adopted laws somewhat worsen people's life. She is convinced that every law lobbies interests of the power and certain corporations, reports Trend.

Tymoshenko is sorry for that the parliament does not live in people's interests. That's why I want another parliament to rule the country, BYuT leader summed up.

In addition she stated that the work of the parliamentary coalition is not agreed. They fight over almost every law, she explained. The deputy considers that the country is not obliged to live with such conflicts in the power and to stand such ineffective power.

She reminded that many countries of the world held early elections. Ukraine also can use this instrument to influence politicians, she said.