Borys Kolesnikov: Poroshenko and MPs from the last coalition do not have the moral right to qualify for posts in the state administration

Borys Kolesnikov: Poroshenko and MPs from the last coalition do not have the moral right to qualify for posts in the state administration

According to the Prime Minister of the Opposition Government, Borys Kolesnikov, Poroshenko and all the other politicians, who gained high posts in 2014, have no moral right to be in power in general or even to run for office. Indeed, over the past years they have done nothing to change the political system of Ukraine.

“Five years ago, the Maidan and tragic events occurred, people died, and those, who stood on the stage that time, have come to power, and changed nothing. To a large extent, they just came to employment, and they did it on blood. The new Constitution was not adopted, they did not change the system,” the Opposition Prime Minister said.

According to him, Petro Poroshenko should not have taken part in the last presidential election, as he had completely discredited himself before the people.

“All over the world it is customary to keep someone’s promises. Why did Poroshenko win in the last election in the first round? Because he promised peace for a few days. He did not keep his promise. David Cameron promised a referendum on Britain’s withdrawal from the EU, although he was opposed to this. And he kept his word – a referendum was held, the British voted for the withdrawal from the EU, and Cameron resigned that evening. This is real democracy. And what we see here is just a change of tablets,” Borys Kolesnikov emphasized.

24 May 2019 18:20
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