“The parliament is not going to make such a decision, as far as I know. At least, our faction will not vote for Yatsenyuk’s resignation. We think he is fit for the job and is an efficient manager and prime minister,” lawmaker Andriy Illenko of the All-Ukrainian Union Svoboda’s faction said at a press conference in Kyiv on July 28.
Svoboda thinks, he said, that the government led by Yatsenyuk must continue working until a new Rada is elected and a new coalition forms a government.
Illenko also said that there is no political crisis in Ukraine and that a legitimate reset of authority is going on.