Klitschko says UDAR in no case will be a part of the current government

13.02.2014 17:22

Ukraine must return to the Constitution of 2004, which provides a balance of power between parliament, government and president. Only under these circumstances, it will be possible to carry out necessary reforms, UDAR leader Vitali Klitschko said in comments to journalists before the pre-premiere screening of a documentary "Korolevsky’s Battalion Mystery".

"We really do not want to see faces changing, but the system remaining the same. For many times we saw some people changing other, but problems remained unsolved. What we are talking about is full restart of the entire system and ensuring power balance in Ukraine. Constitution of 2004 can provide such an opportunity. After that a transitional government can be considered so that we understand what reforms we can implement and what will be the outcome for Ukraine,", Vitali Klitschko said.

He pointed out that UDAR does consider a possibility to enter the government of Yanukovych. "We by no means intend to become a cog of the authorities today. We are ready to take responsibility only if the power who has completely discredited itself, will be restarted," UDAR leader pointed out.

When asked what opposition would do if all detained activists are not amnestied, Klitschko said: "We have done everything in order to stop a confrontation in Hrushevskoho Street. At the moment, it is quiet there. But if all illegally detained prisoners are not released and their cases are not closed, it will mean the failure in talks and a new spin of escalation. Authorities and Yanukovych in the first place will be held accountable for it," the politician said.

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