Deputy head of the Central election Commission of Ukraine Andriy Mahera does not see prospects for early parliamentary elections next spring, If the country does not become serious social protests.
As emphasized by Ukrainian media, the overwhelming majority of parliamentary because of the contradictions of various kinds " bursting at the seams ". First Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk said he will not allow the collapse of the coalition, and the head of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko said that it is too early to summarize the results of the current government and parliamentary majority. The Ukrainian experts believe that the growing contradictions in the coalition have the possibility to result in most of the 2 smallest of the factions "Batkivshchyna" and "Self-help" that would be a reason for early parliamentary elections next spring.
"If there will not be any serious social protests, I see no prospects for early parliamentary elections in the spring," said Magera in the interview to the Ukrainian site " Skeptic ".
He said that we should have one of the three constitutional grounds for early termination of powers of the Verkhovna Rada. The first basis is when the coalition disintegrated, and the new during the month was not created. Second, the government terminated the range of capabilities and for sixty days a new government is formed the existing coalition. Third - within 30 days of one regular session plenary meetings of the Verkhovna Rada have the opportunity to begin.
according to his application, is required for early elections " the will of the President."
"How will encounter one of three grounds supervisor holds meetings with leaders of parliamentary factions to find out their position, but along with this, there is a second factor - the political will of the President. The head of the Constitution should not appoint early parliamentary elections even if all 3 of the constitutional grounds is, at the same time. This is only his political will, " said Magera.