The vote on the appointment of Saakashvili could be held is April 24

Photo: Mikheil Saakashvili / Facebook

The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine may appoint the former Governor of Odessa region and ex-President of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili to the post of Deputy Prime Minister for reforms in the government. Comments about this “observer” said the Deputy head of the faction “servant of the people” Eugene Kravchuk.

She noted that now his candidacy is being discussed in the faction, and the vote on it could take place on Friday, April 24.

On the possible appointment of Saakashvili, reports and also citing three sources in the leadership of the “Servant of the people”.

“We plan to consider the question of Saakashvili, if the vote will be on Friday,” said one of the leaders of the faction.

The other two companion journalists noted that the position in the Cabinet of ex-Governor suggested President Vladimir Zelensky.

Sources of “the Ukrainian truth” reported that Saakashvili can invite to the meeting of the faction “servant of the people”, which will take place before the meeting of Parliament.

April 14, founder of the Internet edition “GORDON” Dmitry Gordon called upon to appoint the ex-President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili, Prime Minister of the country.

April 22, Kravchuk announced that on April 24 the Parliament will hold two extraordinary sessions.

Saakashvili in July 2017 lost Ukrainian citizenship. The fifth President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko issued the order for the data that the politician allegedly hid in obtaining Ukrainian passports. In February 2018 Saakashvili expelled to Poland.

On may 28, the sixth President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky returned to Ukrainian citizenship by Saakashvili.