Oleg Berezyuk, the Head of the Samopomich faction in the Verkhovna Rada, thinks that the action program of the Cabinet of Ministers should be in strict conformity with the coalition agreement underlying this government. He stated it in his comment for the GORDON edition.
"We all understand that the action program of the Cabinet of Ministers drafted within three days is a symbolic act outlining the Cabinet’s activities for the next years. The only thing we did not like is that the action program does not fully correlate to the coalition agreement signed in the parliament. The coalition government should understand that it is a product of the coalition agreement and that its action plan must conform to the coalition agreement," Berezyuk considers.
"Another observation is that the presentation program differed from the program handed out as a document, it is not the European way. We will learn. The majority of the government are good, pro-European, efficient, and modern officials with absolutely no experience of bureaucratic governmental work. However, there are also quite a number of people who know very well how to manipulate with documents and evade responsibility. We should find a point between these two poles to make a good start and develop. I do not think that there will ever be an ideal governmental program, but we should learn to work together," the people’s deputy noted.