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23 April 2014 11:05

Front for Change, Reforms and Order to dissolve for merger with Batkivshchyna - Sobolev

KYIV, June 11 /UKRINFORM/. The political forces Front for Change and Reforms and Order Party will announce self-disbandment to team up with Batkivshchyna.

This information was confirmed in live broadcast Monday night by Batkivshchyna MP Serhiy Sobolev, a correspondent of UKRINFORM reported.

"The decisions to be taken this Saturday will concern merger of at least three parties - Batkivshchyna, Front for Change and Reforms and Order. I am convinced that it will provide an opportunity to form a team of Batkivshchyna... No doubt, it will be a merger of the parties under the law," Sobolev assured.

The MP also expressed the hope that independent MPs and representatives of other political forces will join in Saturday's congress.

As reported, on June 15, Kyiv will host a unification congress of the party Batkivshchyna. The event must be held on Mykhailivska Square.

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