Yushchenko does not exclude that Moroz will be Prime-minister of transitory government, but final decision will be taken after consultations.

14:36, 02 December 2004
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Viktor Yushchenko does not exclude that Moroz will be Prime-minister of transitory government, but he stresses that final decision will be taken after consultations. He told this journalists in the interview.
Answering the question of journalists on the possibility of Moroz’s heading the government, Yushchenko said, `I do not exclude such variant of answer to this question, we have to search people who would be able to maximally consolidate Parliament due to their political views, outlook, contacts with MPs.`
At the same time Yushchenko emphasized that there is a whole list of possible candidates, and that is why final decision should be taken through negotiations.
He told that today Oleksander Zinchenko and Yulia Tymoshenko hold corresponding negotiations with MPs. `We have to come to maximal consolidation of Parliament through different modelling.`
UNIAN

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