Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk believes that the instability of political coalitions in the Parliament is a big obstacle on the way of reforms undertaken by the Ukrainian government.
before the faction of the Radical party said on leaving the parliamentary majority. This decision was taken after the vote on first reading of the draft changes to the Constitution to decentralize power. However, the coalition remains viable because the numbers needed 226 votes.
"Our coalition consisted of five parties. She currently has four parties. And political instability coalitions Is a big enough obstacle on our path of reforms. However, we were able to undertake the necessary reforms for this state. No government in the previous 20 years has done that has made This government, "- said Yatsenyuk in the forum "Yalta European strategy" (YES) on the first day of the weekend.
Yatsenyuk also said that he managed to maintain political unity with President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko." It is not only coexistence, It is a powerful interaction between 2 institutions, And we believe that the Ukrainian coalition will support the reform agenda, " added the Prime Minister.