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Monday, December 18, 2017

Tymoshenko said the introduction of external control in Ukraine

The leader of the party “Fatherland” Yulia Tymoshenko called the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, Prime Minister Vladimir Groysman and the head of national Bank Valeria Gontareva puppets. According to her it is carried out to the external control of Ukraine. However, she did not name the country or foreign politicians that govern, in her opinion, the Ukrainian elite.

photo: Alexander Astafyev

Unexpected Yulia Tymoshenko’s statements came at a press briefing in the Verkhovna Rada on Monday, March 13. According to the Ukrainian edition “national reporter”, Tymoshenko said that Ukraine has already entered external administration.

According to her, this is done through a puppet government, namely through the “President, Prime Minister, head of the national Bank and managed a majority in Parliament “.

Tymoshenko is confident that the top is leading the country to disaster, namely the “full economic colonization”. It therefore urged to proceed immediately to “dismantle the current regime.” At the same time Tymoshenko noted that we should start with the Prime Minister Vladimir Groysman and the head of the NBU Valeria Gontareva.

Earlier, Tymoshenko initiated the dismissal of Groisman and in Parliament was a bill, but then he suddenly disappeared from the Council website. The speaker of the Ukrainian Parliament Andrei Parubiy later advised Tymoshenko in accordance with the law to collect the signatures of 150 deputies, and then to introduce the bill again.

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