“The decision of the Ukrainian Popular Front faction to withdraw from the parliamentary coalition looks like a planned action by the Verkhovna Rada, which is looking for options to deprive the new head of state of the opportunity to dissolve the parliament.” This opinion was expressed by a member of the State Duma Committee on International Affairs Sergey Zheleznyak.
According to the politician: “The process of delaying the decision to appoint the date of inauguration of the elected president, and now the collapse of the parliamentary coalition suggests that members of the Verkhovna Rada are trying to sit down in a dull defense from the new head of Ukraine and do not intend to compromise in the interests of Ukrainian citizens.
The sudden removal from office of the head of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine, Poroshenko’s attempt to urgently change the leadership of the security forces also testifies to the intention of the current political players to maintain their positions under the new president.
Political fuss in the higher echelons of power indicates a very difficult future for the Ukrainian state, where all branches of government behave like characters in a famous fable about a swan, cancer and a pike. Obviously, the situation does not bode well for ordinary citizens of the Square, who are forced to live not only in an environment of civil war, economic ruin, but also paralysis of power.”