“Either we change the ministers who failed to do their job properly, and there are quite a few of them, unfortunately, or the number of MPs eager to see radical changes take place reaches a critical point and Yatsenyuk will face a no-confidence vote,” UNIAN quotes Lutsenko as saying by citing the Pyotr Poroshenko Block’s press service.
According to Lutsenko, the lawmakers of the Pyotr Poroshenko Party have not made the decision yet.
“We are waiting for a meeting with the Prime Minister and, possibly, the entire Government, to understand the reason for the failure,” said Lutsenko.
Lutsenko emphasized that a parliamentary faction of the Pyotr Poroshenko Block will not be voting for the next year’s budget, which is based on the old Tax Code, because it does not stimulate economic growth.
“We demand that a new Tax Code be adopted and a new budget be drawn up based on it,” he said.