Groysman has plans to participate in upcoming parliamentary elections
Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman declares his intention to take part in the next elections to the Verkhovna Rada.
"I plan to take part in the next parliamentary elections," Groysman said during a meeting with regional journalists in Kyiv on Tuesday.
"I will take part [in elections] to fight for making specific decisions," the head of government said.
In particular, he noted the need to address the issue of the new electoral system.
"This issue needs to be resolved before the elections - the issue of a new electoral system. The parliament passed a good law at the first reading, which can be finalized by the second reading on open party lists," Groysman said.
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