UKRAINE: POLITICAL CHAOS IN SIGHT AND OLIGARCHY GRIP ON PARLIAMENT EXPOSED AS GOVERNMENT SURVIVES NO-CONFIDENCE VOTE


27/11/2016





On February 16 Ukraine watched a political drama, ridiculous and outrageous for many, when a government and prime minister elected after the Maidan revolution in 2014, but who became unpopular, managed to survive a vote of no-confidence in the parliament an incredible way. Many observers say that the government showdown in the Verkhovna Rada proved that the oligarchs still firmly control the country’s politics.
Hours before the vote on no-confidence, most Ukrainians were sure that Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk would be dismissed as his popularity rating was tiny and international pressure over Ukraine' massive corruption was rising. In recent weeks, Economy Minister resigned from the government, later a Deputy Prosecutor General did the same, both of them citing the impossibility of making any progress in a system that kept being corrupt at the highest level.By Michael DusheneYou can read the rest of the article on our issue of March

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