Faction of the Servant of the People party is going to oblige a minority that has its own opinion to obey the majority when voting in the parliament. This was stated on Radio NV by candidate for the post of head of the Servant of the People faction in the parliament Davyd Arahamia.
According to him, the faction can resort to a model according to which, if up to 10% of people's deputies from Servants of the People are against a certain decision, they should take a majority position.
"In general, we worked on the group dynamics when these committees (of the Verkhovna Rada) were sorting out - how to simply stay in the rules just with respect to time; how to understand that if the majority is "for", and you have ambitions, then you have to find some kind of a collective mind", - he explained.
Moreover, according to the future people's deputy, the likelihood that the faction will vote "disunitedly" is very high. First of all, because Servant of the People has no mechanisms of influence on the deputies elected by the first-past-the-post system