El Prime Minister Yatseniuk lives his last days as head of government. Uncertainty slows the process to obtain a loan from the IMF
In Kiev there is a prime minister who says he is ready to leave. Several politicians ensuring feel ready to take over. And a president who believes that the time has come to change the government. But even you as the pieces do not fit. As always in Ukraine , things take much more to be done than said.
Ukrainian parties have begun to consider new coalitions to get well placed to election day or to prevent the elections They are ahead and undermining its power. Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseni Yatseniuk knows that it is very likely that is living their last days as head of government . He said that whatever the decision of the parties in the Verkhovna Rada (parliament) to accept to get the country out of the political crisis. But although it seems ready to leave, Yatseniuk always tries to survive parliamentary encerronas. This may be the last, but for now is a ms.
The largest parliamentary group of Ukraine, the Bloc of Petro Poroshenko (BPP), leaned on Monday the nomination of the current Parliament Speaker Vladimir Groisman , to preside flunked the new government and its participation in the coalition until the election of the new Prime Minister is achieved. Touch negotiate, and while the Ukrainian government is now hanging in the void.
The Fatherland party, led by former Prime Minister Yulia Timoshenko , is one of the main pieces that comprise the block president. But Timoshenko has put on the table last time demands including annular rising energy prices, a proposal that strikes claimed by the International Monetary Fund. His party is the most small of parliament, but its 19 deputies add enough to complete the majority of the party president and Prime Minister reach not achieve together. Timoshenko is selling its support so expensive that has watered down the first hopes of forming a new government. Indirectly, that screwed the prime minister’s chair.
Uncertainty paralyzes progress
This political uncertainty has stalled reforms, in addition to hinder the process to obtain a nuevose the International Monetary Fund . As independent deputies fear losing their escaos in early elections from the presidential palace has tempted them to join the coalition. But according to sources, these deputies in their majority may be committed only to vote a new government. It is not clear how the new prime minister could push through laws during the remainder of the legislature.
The main candidates for the leadership of the Ukrainian government, apart from Groisman figure the Finance Minister Natalie Jaresko , which was engaged in investment banking until he was appointed to the post governmental. Prior to his office had to nationalize Ukrainian, because I was born in Illinois (USA). Jaresko is considered preferred by creditors of Ukraine . Groisman has greater complicity of President Poroshenko, but barely speaks english and has no experience in dealing with lenders.
While politicians negotiate quin carry out the pending reforms, the Rada of Ukraine on Tuesday launched PASS attorney general of the country, Victor Shokin. The decision was supported by 289 MPs with the necessary minimum of 226 votes.
The mocin failed censure against the Cabinet of the current prime minister, Arseniy Yatseniuk, in a stormy session on February 16, provoked a policy crises in Ukraine, the parliamentary coalition Oued broken in practice. The groups that make up the parliamentary majority insist that Yatseniuk go, but Parliament can not vote if dismisses the prime minister twice within the same session, and has already spent that cartridge. President Poroshenko, US travel, could early elections, but that he will face the fact that his own coalition also has a very bad valoracin in the polls.