Vladimir Zilinskaite: Peter Sivkov / TASS
The President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky believes that the main reason for the dissolution of Parliament and appointment of early elections is extremely low level of trust of citizens to the Parliament, according to the website of the administration of the President.
According to Zelensky, the level of citizens ‘ trust in Parliament is only 4 percent. “This assessment of the work of Parliament and the most powerful argument for the termination of its powers”, — said the President of Ukraine, noting that, as a guarantor, he is obliged to protect the rights and interests of citizens. While Zelensky emphasized that the legal basis for the dissolution of Parliament will be the actual absence since 2016 the ruling coalition.
Vladimir Zelensky announced the dissolution of Parliament in reference to the people and Parliament of Ukraine, which was made immediately after the inauguration ceremony. Zelensky about the plans to dissolve the Rada was said after the second round of elections, when the President-elect insisted on an early appointment of the date of inauguration to be able to dissolve Parliament until may 27 — last day when it can be done according to the law.
Three days before the inauguration, on may 17, the speaker of the Parliament Andrei Parubiy announced the collapse of the coalition and appointed a 30-day period for consultations on a new coalition agreement. During this time the President has no right to dissolve the Parliament.
Formally, the ruling coalition in Ukraine is not in 2016, however, officially ending its existence was not announced until 17 may of the current year of withdrawal from the ruling coalition announced the faction “people’s front”.
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