Yushchenko continues to want elections and not to want Tymoshenko

Online: {{ reading || 0 }}Read:{{ views || 834 }}Comments:{{ comments || 0 }}    Rating:(500)         

The president of Ukraine Victor Yushchenko considers only as an exit from political crisis which arose to the countries from - for disintegration in September of this year of BYuT and NU coalition - NANOSECOND, holding snap parliamentary elections.

He told about it in the interview to the Polish newspaper Rzeczpospolita published on Wednesday.

V. Yushchenko was accused by the prime minister - the minister Yulia Timoshenko of creation of political crisis from - for it allegedly attempts to create wider coalition with Party of Regions.

"There is only one possible reaction to the permanent crisis caused by the prime minister in our country is a holding new parliamentary elections", - the Ukrainian President told.

V. Yushchenko also rejected possibility of renewal of work of the coalition of BYuT and NU - NANOSECOND.

"Today there is no possibility of return to the old coalition", - he declared.

The president of Ukraine didn't designate to journalists date of planned elections, told only that they won't be led to time of Christmas holidays.

He noted that funds for financing of elections have to be put in the budget for 2009.

V. Yushchenko also expressed opinion that Yu. Tymoshenko the aspiration to create the coalition with Party of Regions wanted to change a strategic objective of integration of Ukraine with the European Union in favor of more active cooperation with Russia.

"In Ukraine discussion proceeds, in what direction our state has to move. To hark back or move towards Europe? Actually this dilemma led to disintegration of the previous coalition when one of our allies (BYuT) tried to create new grand coalition, wishing to change a course with which our country" moved ahead, - he told.


Комментариев: {{total}}