"To be honest, the people, who are now in the parliament and see themselves at the position of the prime minister, won’t be happy about what I’m going to say. I have an unwavering stance on this issue. I believe that the prime minister must be a professional economist and have no political decision. This must be a completely independent person who has never been a prime minister, a speaker or a party leader," President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said after he had voted in snap parliamentary elections at a polling station in Kyiv, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.
According to Zelensky, he already has a candidate and holds the consultations within the limits of his powers.
On July 21, the snap parliamentary elections are held in Ukraine.
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