“Our candidates will participate in the election in two columns – on two election lists – that of the Batkivshchyna All-Ukrainian Union and that of Svoboda. We have also agreed on the distribution of the candidates in single-seat constituencies. The United Opposition’s candidates will run in 190 constituencies, and those from Svoboda in 35 constituencies,” Tiahnybok said at a press conference on July 24.
He said they will coordinate their actions to defend their votes and in the future parliament.
Tyahnybok said the parties agreed to coordinate actions in the parliament, what legislation to vote for “in order to change the rule of the game in this country, to change the system of power in the country, to remove the bandit regime and to prevent the return of this dictatorship.”