"Every person who comes to power must be aware that if they do not put people's interests above all, people can take to the streets and sweep them off their office, regardless of the seat," Vitali Klitschko said. He noted that the key task of the Parliament today is to form a new government. "Given the satiation in the country, we urgently needed to appoint the government. People expect the government will work efficiently and transparently and overcome corruption. People came out against the power, which did not satisfy them. If their expectations are not met, the government may resign very quickly," UDAR leader said.
When asked whether a coalition government could be formed and whether Party of Regions representatives may be appointed, Klitschko said, "People who have worked there and had a chance to implement reforms and failed, should not be appointed. They failed, so the did not met any expectations.”