Ukraine president to start talks on parliamentary coalition on Monday

By REUTERS
October 26, 2014 22:38

 
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Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said he would start talks on forging a coalition in parliament on Monday following an election that exit polls showed was dominated by his own political bloc and other pro-Western forces.

Poroshenko told a news conference the final result of Sunday's election was expected in 10 days and this was long enough to complete the talks. He said he would nominate a prime minister proposed by the coalition that took shape.

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