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KIEV, February 26, /ITAR-TASS/. Protesters from the Independence Square in the Ukrainian capital will be included in Ukraine's new government, UDAR party member Valery Patskan told Channel 5 in a live broadcast on Tuesday.
"I have just returned from a Mainda conference. We discussed principles for the formation of a new government. First of all, a decision was made that representatives of the general public would be included in the (new) government. They will head several ministries," the MP said. "Second. UDAR suggested that a public council be formed at each ministry and a public council chairman become Deputy Minister".
'"It is possible that you (a member of the general public) will not be a specialist in this or that branch but you must be an honest and decent person and succeed in organzing a team of professionals around you," Patskan pointed out.
An assembly of protesters will take place in Indepdence Square here at 19:00, local time, on Wednesday to suggest composition of a new government of Ukraine.
Earlier, Ukraine's acting President Alexander Turchinov had reported that the Verkhovna Rada was planning to announce a coalition on Feb. 27 and form a new government.