Arakhamia did not elaborate on details of possible changes in government.
PM Denys Shmyhal / Photo from UNIAN
Personnel reshuffles in the Cabinet of Ministers are possible this fall, head of the Servant of the People parliamentary faction David Arakhamia believes.
“I don’t rule this out, I think that by the fall there may definitely be some rotations in individual ministries. Two or three ministries, I believe. I won’t name them, otherwise, people will stop working altogether,” the leader of the Ukrainian parliament’s ruling faction told Ukraine 24. Read also Zelensky comments on latest intelligence reshuffle He clarified that changes were possible in the economic bloc.
“Our people are most of all dissatisfied with the economic bloc. We need people who, besides having a vision and programs, could quickly implement them.
Our biggest issue is the enormous bureaucracy in all processes,” said MP Arakhamia.
Our people are most of all dissatisfied with the economic bloc Denys Shmyhal’s Cabinet: background Denys Shmygal was appointed Prime Minister on March 4, 2020, having replaced Oleksiy Honcharuk. Vadym Prystaiko was appointed Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration; Oleksiy Reznikov was appointed Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Reintegration of Temporarily Occupied Territories; and Mykhailo Fedorov became Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Digital Transformation; Autumn parliamentary session: terms and details On Tuesday, September 1, at 12:00, the fourth session of the Verkhovna Rada of the ninth convocation will begin.
It will run until January 22, 2021.
According to the schedule, the Rada will work in plenary sessions for ten weeks, while for another seven weeks MPs will work in committees, commissions, deputy factions (deputy groups). Another four weeks are allotted to work in constituencies.