Today, on October 14, in Nikolaev the briefing of deputies of the Nikolaev city and regional councils of members of BYuT fractions took place.
At this briefing deputies stated the position concerning a situation which developed in the country.
In particular, the deputy of city council, the head of the BYuT Nikolaev city organization A. Kurchenko declared that the Decree of the President about dissolution of the Verkhovna Rada contradicts the current legislation of Ukraine. "Till November 23 the President had no right to issue the similar Decree as in Art. 90 of the Constitution of Ukraine it is told that the Parliament elected on early elections, can't be dismissed earlier, than in a year after the election", - A. Kurchenko emphasized.
He also told about two most probable estimated scenarios of succession of events.
The first is a creation of the wide coalition where will enter Party of Regions, Blok Lytvyna and part of NUNS which is under control to Baloge. In this case V. Yanukovych becomes the Prime minister - a minister, and instead of PR supports V. Yushchenko at presidential election.
The second is a cancellation of the Decree of the President and postponement of elections for December 28 or for the beginning of January. In this case, deputies from BYuT consider, elections will be broken and at the President will be given a free hand for Constitution change.
Then, the head of BYuT fraction in Nikolaevsk city council O. Mudrak is sure, V. Yushchenko will try to change an electoral system in the country. Instead of proportional system will return majority at which it is easier to form the necessary decisions both on places, and in the Verkhovna Rada.
"The role of the deputy in majority system was reduced to performance of private wishes of voters, and business never reached the solution of global problems", - O. Mudrak declared.
The member of BYuT fraction in Nikolaevsk city council Sergey Taranenko considers that to hold early elections during an economic crisis which captured the whole world, at least, criminally.
Deputies and remembered the president of Georgia M. Saakashvili. In a similar situation he declared not only parliamentary, but also presidential early elections. It, according to deputies from BYuT, was fair on the attitude towards all participants of political process.