In Cabinet of Ministers council of the coalition will be able to consider all personnel questions of rotation at the meeting next Friday, February 13.
It in interview to journalists was declared by the head of BYuT fraction in the Verkhovna Rada Ivan Kirilenko, transfers Лига.net.
"I think that next Friday on council of the coalition we will consider these questions of personnel rotation in the government. To us the main thing that we had a strengthening. It isn't simple to consider any candidacy, and to strengthen each direction which will be considered", - Kirilenko emphasized.
Thus he specified that can't confirm information yet, widespread in mass media, about new candidates for ministerial positions.
"It at all isn't true. It can correspond, but doesn't correspond because still questions on positions and on surnames weren't considered", - he told.
"This question even was unethical to be raised while we didn't pass yesterday's аутодафе... Therefore yesterday passed one stage. The following stage - at a negotiating table", - was told by Kirilenko.
According to him, new candidates from a depuy corps there will be a minimum.
"And outside a depuy corps it is necessary to select very carefully. If we know deputies, we know their professional level, what school they passed, outside a depuy corps it is necessary to consider very carefully, whether there is an experience, the professionalism, special level of preparation, whether allows to hold a track record a certain position in such time. Therefore we have a week for very serious consultations", - he explained.
In addition, Kirilenko emphasized that in BYuT there are no special wishes concerning new candidates.
"Our directions are minor. We have a prime minister, we have the first vice-the prime minister, we have such powerful draft forces that we can even where the minister works not enough, on itself to extend, and the quota of other representatives of the coalition is already a question to them", - he told.
Before Tymoshenko declared that the question of rotation in Cabinet of Ministers will be raised next sessional week in parliament which begins on February 16.