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Thursday, October 19, 2017

Poroshenko made the probability of loss of Ukraine’s statehood


The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko in his annual address to the Parliament said about the risk of loss of statehood. This can happen if they are not completed reforms, he explained. However, the Ukrainian President himself does not surrender to pessimism and promises that such a scenario will not happen.


photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

In his speech, Poroshenko drew attention to the dissatisfaction of the population lives and the government, reports RIA Novosti. According to him, in the difficult conditions of “external aggression and economic crisis”, the falling living standards of Ukrainians deteriorated sense of justice, they react to any lies.

Speaking about the reforms, Poroshenko urged the new forces to join the fight against corruption. Among the needed reforms he called amending the Constitution, which from 1 January 2020 will cancel parliamentary immunity.

The President also urged MPs to make laws that will remove concerns about land reform. Acting for 14 years the moratorium on sale of farmland he described as “totally unconstitutional”.

Poroshenko also referred to the bill on the reintegration of Donbass. According to him, the document will soon submit for discussion.

Do the authorities have a year to reform before the presidential and parliamentary elections, recalled in his address to the Parliament Poroshenko.

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