Dmytro Kolesnikov: Parliamentary election is a chance to get out of the external control and to form a pro-Ukrainian government

Dmytro Kolesnikov: Parliamentary election is a chance to get out of the external control and to form a pro-Ukrainian government

While the current authorities view the country through the prism of separating Ukrainians into “right” and “objectionable,” the people are trying to survive in the last stage of the crisis and the dying economy. This was stated by MP from the OPPOSITION BLOC Dmytro Kolesnikov.

According to him, the fight against permanent poverty has become a pressing problem of Ukrainians. For five years, the current authorities have tirelessly announced the imminent coming out of the crisis. However, with their amateur reforms and the thirst for their own profit in fact brought the country into a dive.

According to the MP, on the results of the annual report on the world welfare of the countries, Ukraine has become the poorest country in Europe. The parliamentarian noted that in May there would be another round of growth in utility prices for the population, aggravating economic stagnation. “The handout in the form of monetized subsidies on the eve of the first round of elections did not bring the expected result, and the total debt of the population to pay for housing and communal services has already exceeded UAH 63 billion,” wrote Dmytro Kolesnikov on his Facebook page.

According to the oppositionist, debt bondage, into which Ukraine was driven by “pro-European” authorities, has become quicksand. Without a professional and experienced team of subject-matter experts, it will not be possible to get out of it. “Parliamentary election is an opportunity to form a new government that will work for the good of the people of Ukraine, and not for the sake of Western creditors,” the MP summarized.

09 April 2019 17:45
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