Deputies promise to work through the weekend to reach a consensus
A new coalition in the Ukrainian parliament may appear before the end of the month. According to several sources the deputies are ready to work throughout the weekend in order to reach a consensus.
Prior to naming the potential ministers, the parliamentarians are set to discuss the coalition agreement. The document is to clarify the precise implementation dates along with the person responsible for it.
There are four key groups involved. That is pro-presidential Bloc of Petro Poroshenko, The People's Front, Bat'kivschyna which is the party of former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, and the Radical Party of an outspoken and sometimes controversial Oleh Lyashko.
The deputies hope the agreement will be drafted as early as Monday of next week.