After formation of the coalition of PR - BYuT and signings of the relevant document in Ukraine will be established the parliamentary form of government. About it reports The businessman - Ukraine with reference to sources. The edition managed to examine working version of the text of the coalition agreement between fractions of Party of Regions and Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc. However, the party leader of regions Victor Yanukovych refused to confirm memorandum existence, having declared that hopes for majority creation already tomorrow.
The agreement on creation of the majority was made by Party of Regions and BYuT for completion is transferred. The document has declarative character and consists of two parts. In the first the principles of the created majority, and in the second - regulations of its activity are stated.
In one of points it is specified that "the coalition refuses attempts of the solution of ideological questions". "It means that BYuT fraction refuses joining of the country to NATO, and the Party of Regions in an exchange undertakes not to pedal questions of Russian and other similar subjects", - explained Kommersant a source in PR familiar with the text of the memorandum.
According to the coalition agreement, the entry of Ukraine in any military alliances probably only after holding a national referendum. Besides, it provides "deep constitutional reform". "The text of the basic law will be changed considerably, the reality isn't specified. However it is unambiguous that after changes Ukraine will turn into the state with the parliamentary form of government", - the interlocutor of the newspaper claims. The considerable part of the document is devoted to the declarative principles of removal of the country from an economic crisis. Norms are registered in it, in particular, about legislation change concerning a private property on the earth and "radical judicial reform". As the "Kommersant" knew, the author of changes in the judicial legislation is the former head of Administration of the President of Leonid Kuchma Victor Medvedchuk.
Any principles of distribution of positions between fractions in the document aren't present. In it it is specified that throughout coalition existence the head of the government can be withdrawn, and another is appointed to his place, and it doesn't involve legal consequences, for example coalition dissolution. However, in one of points it is noted that each of the fractions making the parliamentary majority, has the veto on coalition decisions.
From BYuT over the text of the agreement worked vice-the speaker Nikolay Tomenko and one of deputy heads of fraction - Andrey Portnov. Yesterday at the mention of the coalition agreement People's Deputies from BYuT refused to tell something. "I won't make comments on it! " - mister Portnov categorically declared.