In the "public Servant" threatened the exceptions for "another look" at Russia
The Deputy head of the Pro-presidential faction of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine "servant of the people" Alexander Kornienko said that if their deputies systematically will play for "another look" on relations with Russia, they may be excluded from the faction.
In an interview with "Today" Kornienko asked about "red lines", the passage of which MPs could face expulsion from the faction.
"Well, I think, so the question may rise, in exceptional cases. When quite divergent ideological positions. Even the examples don't want to lead. But purely hypothetically: if some of our members will begin to advocate a different view of the relationship with an aggressor state", - said Kornienko.
He also recalled that in the faction there is an agreement on those issues on which there is an internal majority vote.
"We have intra-faction agreement that we try to keep those questions which supports most of the faction – 70% or more. It is clear that there are MPs who have their private opinion on certain issues, they always left him. This is a normal process", - said Kornienko.
Relations between Moscow and Kiev deteriorated on the background of the situation in the Donbass. Ukrainian authorities have repeatedly accused Russia of meddling in the internal Affairs of the country. In January 2015 the Verkhovna Rada adopted the statement in which Russia is called "an aggressor country". Russia charges Ukrainian side denies and calls unacceptable. Moscow has repeatedly stated that it is not a party to domestic conflict and is interested in Kiev overcame political and economic crisis.