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KIEV, January 27, 15:02 /ITAR-TASS/. Proxies of Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich and opposition are discussing six issues that should promote crisis settlement, Ukrainian Communist leader Pyotr Simonenko told reporters on Monday.
“First, this is an amnesty for participants in massive protests, secondly, release of the detainees from custody, thirdly, this is reinstatement of the Constitution in the reading of 2004,” he noted. “Meanwhile, reshuffles in the Central Elections Commission, withdrawal of Berkut police commandoes and a package of laws which Ukraine’s parliament Verkhovna Rada had endorsed on January 16 are on agenda,” he added.
Asked which position the Communist faction has in the Verkhovna Rada regarding the Ukrainian president’s proposal to opposition leader Arseny Yatsenyuk to take the post of prime minister, Pyotr Simonenko stated that the party would formulate its position after “we learn a program of actions.” “I would like to see who will be included in the government then,” he added, noting that “the voting will depend from the program.