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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

To have children in the Ukraine becomes a luxury


MP from “Opposition bloc” of Ukraine Olena Kolesnikova said that the Ukrainian government for two years made the life of citizens unbearable, thanks to their “pseudo-reforms”.

“Instead of protecting people, the government continues to make life unbearable Ukrainians. And worst of all, she had already reached the children first reduced and now completely abolished the monthly payments on little kids. Then under the guise of reforming the industry the government abolished free school meals and textbooks for children, throwing the financial burden is on the shoulders of parents”, – quotes her words TASS.

Thus, parents on the eve of the beginning of the school year to fully equip a child to school, you will have to pay several monthly salaries. Thus, thousands of families faced a choice: to feed your family, pay for utilities or to collect children in school.

“Where can I get money to parents for food, clothing and textbooks, if utility rates power inflated to a level greater than half the average wage in the country? – asks the Deputy. It seems that our pseudorapidity doing everything possible to Ukrainians ceased to create family and have children. A nation of educated people the government wants to make the people ignorant”.

In early 2016, the Opposition bloc has registered in the Verkhovna Rada a package of bills aimed at supporting Ukrainian families, an increase in the minimum wage and a moratorium on raising utility tariffs, rising prices for food.

 

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