Media: the ruling parliamentary coalition Ukraine begins to crack
Director of the Ukrainian Institute of analysis And management policy Ruslan Bortnik during a press conference said that the ruling coalition has been split, informs.
"the Parliament has clearly been a split in the coalition, it began with a statement of the Bloc of Yulia Tymoshenko about the falsification of the budget, he continued more charges former journalist Leshchenko about "cepagatti" voting for the budget And the violation of procedures, " says Bortnik.
for reviews of the Ukrainian political analyst, parliamentary coalition from the outset was not a single entity.
" This coalition was created under the pressure of circumstances, under the pressure of war, the work of the Western partners, but the coalition is not United by common goals And vision of the socio-economic And political development of society. And today, the coalition being in a fairly serious internal rivalry around the limited resources of the economic plan, it slowly crumble ".- said at a press conference Ruslan Bortnik.
the specialist also said that to make a statement on the official dissolution or split the coalition does not allow formal factors - war And Western partners.
according to the results of the election, October 26, 2014 five parties created the so-called Pro-European overwhelming number. The new coalition has more than 300 votes, which enables authorities to not only take the necessary laws, but also to make changes in the Constitution of Ukraine.
However, for more than a month of working people's deputies of the majority were able to organize only the writing of the coalition agreement, which, really, is a declarative document, And approve a new government headed by Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk.
The first serious disagreements among coalition partners arose during consideration of the government's package of draft laws And draft state budget for 2015. Currently, Ukraine is in a difficult political crisis, which affects its economy And the public sector, in fact the country is on the verge of default. The Ministry of Finance of Ukraine has developed austerity measures, which included the freezing of salaries And pensions, the abolition of scholarships And free medical care, and paid training in the senior classes.