Groysman government

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Groysman Government
18th cabinet of Ukraine (since 1990)
Володимир Гройсман (cropped).jpg
Date formed14 April 2016[1]
People and organisations
Head of statePetro Poroshenko
Volodymyr Zelensky
Head of governmentVolodymyr Groysman
Deputy head of governmentStepan Kubiv
Volodymyr Kistion
Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze
Pavlo Rozenko
Vyacheslav Kyrylenko
Hennadiy Zubko
No. of ministers24
Member partiesPetro Poroshenko Bloc
People's Front
Status in legislatureCoalition
Opposition partiesOpposition Bloc
Batkivshchyna
Self Reliance
Radical Party
Opposition leadersYuriy Boyko
Yulia Tymoshenko, Andriy Sadovyi
Oleh Lyashko
History
PredecessorSecond Yatsenyuk government

The Groysman government was formed on 14 April 2016, led by Volodymyr Groysman.[2][3] It is the third Ukrainian cabinet formed since the 2014 Ukrainian revolution, following on from the first and second Yatsenyuk governments.

History[edit]

Formation[edit]

On 10 April 2016 Arseniy Yatsenyuk announced that he would resign as Prime Minister and would ask parliament to fire him on 12 April 2016.[4] On 25 March 2016 Parliamentary Speaker Volodymyr Groysman had been nominated by coalition partner Petro Poroshenko Bloc to replace Yatsenyuk.[4][5] On 12 April parliament did not hold a vote on Yatsenyuk's resignation, because (Yatsenyuk's party) People's Front and Petro Poroshenko Bloc could not agree on the forming of a new government.[6] On 14 April Groysman was confirmed by the Verkhovna Rada (Ukraine's parliament) as Prime Minister.[7]

As Petro Poroshenko Bloc and People's Front together lacked a parliamentary majority (and a couple of both parties' parlamentariens voted "against" the Groysman government) the government creation became possible because almost all MP's of Revival and People's Will voted for the establishment of the coalition.[8]

Parliamentary voting[edit]

Faction Number of members Yes No Abstained Did not vote Absent
Petro Poroshenko Bloc 146 131 4 3 1 7
People's Front 81 75 0 2 1 3
Opposition Bloc 43 0 34 0 3 6
Non-affiliated 42 13 8 8 5 8
Self Reliance 26 0 2 22 0 2
Revival 23 23 0 0 0 0
Radical Party 21 1 1 0 19 0
People's Will 19 16 0 0 2 1
Fatherland 19 0 1 13 2 3
All factions 420 259 50 48 33 30


Additional decisions[edit]

Proposals Yes No Abstained Did not vote Total
The composition of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine[9] 240 48 39 20 367

Composition[edit]

Under the Constitution of Ukraine the Ukrainian President submits nominations to parliament for the post of Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of Defense. When the Groysman Government was installed Pavlo Klimkin was reappointed as Foreign minister and Stepan Poltorak was reappointed as Minister of Defence.[10]

The post of Minister of Health is vacant since the Groysman Government was formed (on 14 April 2016).[10] Naturalised Ukrainian American Ulana Suprun was appointed acting Minister on 27 July 2016.[11] On 11 July 2015 President Petro Poroshenko had granted Suprun Ukrainian citizenship.[12]

After a conflict with Prime Minister Groysman the Verkhovna Rada on 7 June 2018 dismissed Finance Minister Oleksandr Danylyuk, the next day Oksana Markarova was appointed acting Finance Minister.[13] On 22 November 2018 parliament appointed her as Finance Minister.[14] The same day Iryna Friz was appointed to the new post of Minister of Veterans Affairs.[14] On 27 February 2018 parliament has adopted an appeal to the Cabinet of Ministers on the creation of this Ministry for Veterans Affairs.[14]

Agriculture Minister Taras Kutovy was dismissed by parliament on 22 November 2018, on 7 December 2018 Maxim Martynyuk was appointed acting Minister of Agriculture.[15]

Nominating
party key
Petro Poroshenko Bloc "Solidarity"
People's Front
Presidential nominations President Petro Poroshenko
Logo Office Incumbent[10][8]
Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman
First Vice Prime Minister Stepan Kubiv
Minister of Economic Development and Trade
Vice Prime Minister (European and EuroAtlantic integration) Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze
Vice Prime Minister Hennadiy Zubko
Minister of Regional Development
Vice Prime Minister (humanitarian policy) Vyacheslav Kyrylenko
Vice Prime Minister (infrastructure, fuel/energy complex, ecology)[16] Volodymyr Kistion
Vice Prime Minister Pavlo Rozenko
Геральдичний знак - емблема МВС України.svg Minister of Internal Affairs Arsen Avakov
Logo of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine with abbreviation in English.svg Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin
Міністерство фінансів України.png Minister of Finance Oleksandr Danylyuk
Oksana Markarova[14]
Emblem of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.svg Minister of Defence Stepan Poltorak
Emblem of the Pension Fund of Ukraine.png Minister of Social Policy Andriy Reva
Logo of the Ministry of Temporarily Occupied Territories and Internally Displaced Persons of Ukraine.svg Minister of Temporarily Occupied Territories and IDPs Vadym Chernysh
Logo of Ministry of Justice of Ukraine.svg Minister of Justice Pavlo Petrenko
Emblem of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine.svg
Minister of Health Oleksandra Pavlenko (acting)
Viktor Shafransky (acting)
Ulana Suprun (acting)[11]
Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine (logo) 01.png Minister of Education and Science Liliya Hrynevych
Logo of Ministry of Energy and Coal Mining of Ukraine.svg Ministry of Fuel and Energy Ihor Nasalyk
Емблема ДСБТУ.svg Minister of Infrastructure Volodymyr Omelyan
Emblem of the Ministry of Information Policy of Ukraine.svg Minister of Information Policy Yuriy Stets
Logo of Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine.svg Minister of Agriculture Taras Kutovy
Maxim Martynyuk (acting)[15]
Logo of Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine.svg Minister of Ecology and Natural Resources of Ukraine Ostap Semerak
Ministry of Culture (Ukraine).png Minister of Culture Yevhen Nyshchuk
Minister of Veterans Affairs Iryna Friz[14]
MoYaSoUA.jpg Minister of Youth and Sports Ihor Zhdanov
Cabinet of Ukraine.png Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers Oleksandr Sayenko

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-36043967
  2. ^ http://www.euronews.com/2016/04/14/ukraine-parliament-approves-volodymyr-groysman-as-new-prime-minister/
  3. ^ https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/apr/14/ukraine-volodymyr-groysman-new-prime-minister
  4. ^ a b Ukrainian PM Yatsenyuk resigns, UNIAN (10 April 2016)
    Ukraine Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk to resign, BBC News (10 April 2016)
  5. ^ Ukraine’s president settles on a PM candidate, Politico Europe (25 March 2016)
  6. ^ Ukraine: Lawmakers end session without new PM vote, BBC News (12 April 2016)
  7. ^ http://uatoday.tv/politics/volodymyr-groysman-appointed-ukraine-s-new-prime-minister-630644.html
  8. ^ a b ‹See Tfd›(in Ukrainian) Spring transplantation: Prime Groisman and without a coalition Cabinet, Ukrayinska Pravda (14 April 2016)
  9. ^ Individual voting. Verkhovna Rada. 14 April 2016
  10. ^ a b c New Cabinet formed in Ukraine, UNIAN (14 April 2016)
    Week’s balance: PM Groysman, Rada’s sabotage, and disappointing IMF forecast, UNIAN (18 April 2016)
  11. ^ a b ‹See Tfd›(in Ukrainian) The government appointed Acting Minister of Health, Ukrayinska Pravda (27 July 2016)
  12. ^ President has granted Passports of Ukrainian Citizens to Juliana and Marco Suprun: Your efforts saved thousands of lives, president.gov.ua (11 July 2016)
  13. ^ Oksana Markarova appointed Ukraine's acting finance minister, UNIAN (8 June 2018)
  14. ^ a b c d e Ukraine parliament appoints Markarova, Friz ministers, UNIAN (22 November 2018)
  15. ^ a b ‹See Tfd›(in Ukrainian) Assign new to. at. Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food, Ukrayinska Pravda (7 December 2018)
  16. ^ Гройсман переконує, що Кістіон отримав посаду не "за красиві очі" (Groysman assures that Kistion received his post not "for pretty eyes"). Ukrayinska Pravda. 20 April 2016