The leader of the parliamentary faction "Block of Petro Poroshenko" Yuriy Lutsenko does not consider the likely collapse of the coalition in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.
before Wednesday Lutsenko told about a deep crisis in the parliamentary majority.
"I don't think a collapse is likely, at least in relation to" Self-help ", which in the last period of time is not always vote with the coalition, more often does not vote, than vote. I have an inner confidence That we believe in some ideals and striving for the same goal. The path is often seen differently, but we don't have ideological differences, "said Lutsenko in conversation Ukrainian" the Fifth channel " on Wednesday night.
As for the "Radical party" Oleg Lyashko, the Leader of the " BPP "expressed regret That" from the beginning, their understanding of liberal reforms " is radically different from other opinions.
The existing coalition in the Verkhovna Rada formed in November of last year on the basis of five political parties: "Block Poroshenko ", " popular front ", " Radical party ", "Self-help" and " Fatherland ". As emphasized by the Ukrainian media, parliamentary the vast number because of the contradictions of various kinds is literally " bursting at the seams ". First Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said he will not allow the collapse of the coalition, and that the head Petro Poroshenko said That it is too early to summarize the current government and the parliamentary majority.