“If that really happens, there will be a new legal deadlock, and I do
not know how the problem may be solved because the current Verkhovna
Rada may keep on working without holding a new election,” he said.
Chernenko said that the opposition might keep its word. “We can see
that the count of votes is dragging out in a number of districts, which
goes beyond common sense and nullifies election gains of the opposition
in the political rather than quantitative respect,” he said.