The OPPOSITION BLOC presented the program of Vadym Novynskyi at the elections in the 57th constituency (Mariupol).
In Mariupol, a large-scale forum “Together to the Peace”, organized by the OPPOSITION BLOC, took place. Labor groups of city-forming enterprises, representatives of the public and supporters of the OPPOSITION BLOC came to support the leader of the OPPOSITION BLOC parliamentary faction Vadym Novynskyi, a candidate for people’s deputies in the 57th constituency (Mariupol).
The forum was attended by mayor of Mariupol Vadym Boychenko, city council members, labor veterans, and active representatives of the city community supporting the OPPOSITION BLOC program aimed at establishing peace and stable development of the city.
Addressing Mariupol residents with the main provisions of their election program, the leader of the OPPOSITION BLOC in the Verkhovna Rada, Vadym Novynskyi, said: “Ending the war, establishing sustainable peace, economic revival, protecting the interests of the person of labour, supporting canonical Orthodoxy – were, are and will be our main objectives”.
According to him, for five years the previous power did everything to divide Ukraine and divide Ukrainians into right and wrong. It’s time to unite it.
“We will start with Mariupol, the metallurgical capital of Ukraine. Together with the OPPOSITION BLOC team and the mayor Vadym Boychenko, we want to make Mariupol a scientific and tourist center, an ecologically clean city in which I want to live, work and build,” the politician added.
According to Vadym Novynskyi, for qualitative growth, the city needs large infrastructure projects - the embankment, universities, parks and squares, schools and hospitals.
“For this purpose we are going to the elections with a united and powerful team and will represent the interests of Mariupol members in parliament. Our task is to return the money earned to the city and send it to development, so that the city authorities, accountable to you, whom you trust dispose of it, rather than Kyiv officials. Together to the Peace!” Vadym Novynskyi called.