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KIEV, November 22 (Itar-Tass) — Vitaly Klichko, the leader of the Ukrainian Democratic Alliance for Reforms (UDAR), on Thursday called for the resignation of Ukrainian government and the leadership of Ukraine’s National Bank.
“We demand the resignation of the government and the National Bank leadership,” Klichko, who’s accusing the cabinet of ministers of squandering government funds, told journalists.
He’s convinced that his initiative will enlist the support of all opposition factions in the Ukrainian parliament and many deputies elected in single-mandate constituencies.
Klichko said that the ruling Party of Regions was trying to buy members of his party who had won seats in parliament. They were offered various rewards and posts in parliamentary committees so as to make the loyal in parliament. Klichko claims that members of his party had turned down proposals to cooperate with the Party of Regions. He said there would be no defectors among the 34 deputies of the UDAR party.