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Poroshenko's party supported the candidacy of Klitschko in Kyiv mayoral election

Ukrainian opposition party "European solidarity" ex-President Petro Poroshenko has proposed that the mayor of Kiev Vitaly Klitschko to lead the party list on elections to the city Council this fall and is ready to support his candidacy for mayor of the Ukrainian capital, said the co-Chairman of the parliamentary faction Iryna Gerashchenko.

Klitschko earlier said that he intends to run again for mayor of the Ukrainian capital, scheduled for October this year. In April, the sociological group "Rating" has published the results of a poll in which the share of Kyiv residents ready to vote for Klitschko, has reached almost 40%.

In the party Poroshenko demanding the resignation of the government of Ukraine

The party of "European solidarity" the former President of Petro Poroshenko in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine demands the government's resignation of Denis Smagala in the absence of economic and social policies, said the co-Chairman of the faction, MP Irina Gerashchenko.

Happy March 4, appointed a new Prime Minister and renewed composition of the government. The Parliament approved the resignation of Prime Minister Alexey Goncharuk. His place was taken by former Vice Prime Minister for development of communities and territories Smigel. A number of factions in the Parliament criticized the work of the Cabinet of Smugala, noting that the government does not efficiently fight the epidemic of the coronavirus and is not taking measures to prevent the "looming" economic crisis.

In Parliament said that Ukraine is "moving away" from the cosmos, stuck in the nineties

Ukraine further away from the status of a space power. This statement was made by the Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada from opposition parties "European solidarity" Irina Gerashchenko, the video of her speech published on the channel of the Ukrainian Parliament in YouTube.

Ukraine, according to Gerashchenko, it remains in the "dashing nineties".