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Ukraine Peace Deal was Signed up. The Next Step is Forming a New Government of Ukraine

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February 23, 2014
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February 21 became the crucial day for Ukrainian people. An EU-mediated peace pact was signed up between opposition leaders and President, Viktor Yanukovich, in order to end violence in the country – stop the battle in the Kiev and to restore peace. Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine announced that situation in Ukraine is under control and current government operates within the law. 

Verkhovna Rada, Cabinet of Ministers and the Ministry of Finance operate within their powers, performing the necessary tasks and functions. Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted a resolution on the renewal of the Сonstitution of Ukraine 2004, under which the country will operate a parliamentary-presidential form of government. This decision was supported by 325 deputies out of 331 logged boardroom. After that, Parliament decided to adopt a resolution that does not require the president’s signature to become effective.

The new Parliament Speaker, Oleksandr Turchynov, announced that Constitution of 2004 allows the parliament to form a government without the participation of the president.

Viktor Yanukovych was legally suspended from his duties and a new government is currently forming.

We glad to say that the political and economyc order are finaly reaching stability under the control of Verkhovna Rada.

We pray for the peace and prosperity of our great country with democratic views and desire to grow.

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