Poroshenko Agreed Resignation of the Prime MINISTER and the Entire Cabinet Yatsenyuk.
Blame for the collapse of the hryvnia. President of Ukraine Poroshenko held talks with deputy factions, which agreed the resignation of Prime Minister Yatsenyuk and all the Cabinet at the next plenary session of the Verkhovna Rada.
This is the online edition of the Industry Ministry said a source in the Presidential Administration. According to him, this is due to the need to find the culprit in the collapse of hryvnia from 16 to 40 hryvnia for one dollar. "Of course, all the arrows Yatsenyuk translated into Gontareva but Poroshenko believes otherwise," - said the source.
According to him, the Ukrainian president primarily dissatisfied with the work of the government. Recall: earlier Yatsenyuk accused the head of the National Bank of Ukraine Valeriy Gontareva a collapse of the hryvnia. Later, Poroshenko said that the government take immediate and effective measures to stabilize the exchange rate at the level of 20-22 USD. / US $.
However, many economists believe it is a fantasy. Fall hryvnia will stop only when the Ukrainian economy will stop. This at a press conference in Kiev, said the former deputy chairman of the National Bank of Ukraine, Honored Economist of Ukraine Serhiy Yaremenko.
According to him, inflation in the economy such as Ukrainian, is only a consequence, not a cause, but because it is necessary to deal with the cause, that is, with the fall of the national currency. "And we have abandoned the course to fend for themselves - indicates an economist. -
And even in the Parliament head of the NBU said that we are going the right way, and the course we are not interested - he's a floating, not realizing that the floating rate under such an economy like ours, in the absence of mechanisms may be only at some future abstract economy.
Today it does not work, there is no such mechanism. And the inevitable path - the growth rate up to those limits, until the economy stops. And the equilibrium it can only be in the cemetery. "