Re: Pretend you are Yuschenko - who do you form a coalition with and why?
- From: Evgenij Barsukov <evgenij_b_no_spam@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2006 08:26:37 -0600
Well? Looks like it's a loose loose situation for the President.
In my opinion, if Tymoshenko would allow the economic issues to be
handled by someone who is qualified then I say unit with Tymoshenko.
If she wants to stop the free market ideas by Yuschenko then I would
join with PoR. The only stipulation for PoR would be that they would
have to agree to drop immunity for those elected....
what do you think?
More importantly, Regioni would need to drop the requirement to
make Russian language as second. Their other idea - to cancel the gas
deal, would not fly anyway as they have no better proposal except "we should kiss russian ass more intensively".
Interestingly, at the moment they appear to be willing to drop both of these requirements. But considering how much more votes they got compared to Nasha Ukraina, it appears not to be tacticaly useful to join with them, as goverment would than be essentially formed by Regioni.
At the other hand, joining with Timoshenko (and wielding presidential loyalty leverage with orange forces) would allow him to contribute about half of the government. So orange coalition appears more useful at the moment, provided that Timoshenko radical ideas are kept in check (which it looks like strong opposition and cautious president would guaranty).
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