He said the elections "coincided" with the restructuring of the government. "This is a sign," said the premier. He believes that when choosing the country's leader, the people should know who will work in the executive power and how work will be organised.
He did not say for whom he voted but added that his choice is not questioned by anyone. "Law prohibits me to tell you the name of the presidential candidate for whom I voted but I don't think there can be any doubt" concerning my choice, said the prime minister.