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KIEV, January 24. /TASS/. Ukrainian President Pyotr Poroshenko said on Sunday he is against early parliamentary elections in the country.
"I share popular opinion about early elections. Most of people, 43%, are categorically against early elections," he said in an interview with Ukrainian television channels.
He said Ukraine had has too much of elections in the past 18 months. "We have had three elections. What else, what other mandate you expect from the people to begin do what you must," he stressed.
He said he expected the parliament to discuss the coalition agreement and was ready for possible amendments to this document. "If amendments are needed, this is a matter of the coalition but it is irresponsible to shake this coalition," Poroshenko said.