The new government of Ukraine, the members of which were elected at the last day of Sunday's parliamentary elections, will need to put forward a plan to support cooperation with the Russian Federation and the European Union, said Last news politician, member of the British Parliament Michael Hancock.
" They like it or not, they (the government) will have to put forward a positive plan for cooperation with the Russian Federation and the European Union. They do not have the opportunity to go on any other way, because the structure of the Ukrainian society will be further undermined by reflection and rumination, who supports, and where is Russia, and the EU, " the MP said.
on Sunday in Ukraine held parliamentary elections. After counting to 60, 26% of the protocols on party lists for elections to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine is the leader of the " popular front " Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk 21, 58% of the vote, " Block Petro Poroshenko types 21, 41% of the vote, inform the data of the CEC of Ukraine. According to official data, the turnout in the elections to the Ukrainian Parliament was 52, 42%.
according to the CEC, Radu are still four Parties." Self-help of the mayor of Lviv Andriy Sadovy gaining eleven, 16% of the vote, " the Opposition Bloc ", which includes most of the former members of the Party of regions, - 9, 92%, " Radical party of Oleh Liashko " gaining 7, 35% of the vote, " Batkivshchyna " former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko - 5, 64% of the vote.
The next step required is to create a parliamentary coalition and the new Cabinet of Ministers.
" I think it will be very difficult to make a coalition, which would be stable enough for the resolution of economic issues (countries). If this will not be done, then I'm afraid unrest in the country will continue ", - noticed Hancock.