At Tymoshenko agree with yushchenkovsky date of elections

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The first vice-the prime minister Alexander Turchnov doesn't object to carrying out the next presidential election on January 17, 2010.

He told about it on air of Schuster Live, answering a question, whether will support BYuT idea about purpose of elections for November, which is discussed in parliament.

"I have no desire to be played with the Constitutional Court, to be played with the secretariat of the president. They want that a little bit at a position Victor Andreevich worked more long - well let a little bit will more long work", - noted vice-the prime minister.

"They want to hold on January 17 elections, and calculation that is winter, it is difficult, the government won't be able to enter at winter, in the winter the most difficult questions, let will be as they want. On January 17, means let's hold elections on January 17", - Turchynov told.

Also he declared that BYuT doesn't create the campaign headquarters the prime minister - the minister Yulia Timoshenko.

"We on create a staff as we are compelled to give 99% of percent of time for work in the government. Our propaganda is an activity of Cabinet of Ministers", - told the first vice-the prime minister.

Turchynov disproved information that such staff is created and he headed it.

On a question, whether the first can vice-the prime minister to head Tymoshenko's staff in case of its creation, he answered: "Never speak never".

It is known that in the secretariat of the president insist that elections have to take place on January 17, 2010.

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