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Ukraine's ruling party revolts against President Poroshenko

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What is presently being intensely circulated in the Ukrainian Internet segment is the letter composed by the head of secretariat of Petro Poroshenko Bloc "Solidarity". The letter addressed to the territorial party organizations informs about the changes in the party activities on the threshold of the presidential and parliamentary elections pending in 2019.





According to the letter, the last party congress, following recommendations of the Ukrainian international partners, decided on putting forward a new presidential candidature for participation in the upcoming elections. This means that the current president of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko won't be able to run for the presidency for the second term. The only explanation that suggests itself in the context is that the USA and Europe are disappointed with the failure of the Ukrainian leader to perform the mission they had trusted him with. The West is now voicing harsh criticism of Poroshenko and his name is only associated with frequent scandals and conflicts both inside the country and on international arena. Poroshenko has lost credibility of the Ukrainian citizens having no full authority anymore. The law-enforcement agencies and ministries aren't actually under his control, there is thriving corruption in the country, and many major problems are still staying unresolved. Apart from that, Poroshenko has failed to arrange cooperation with international organizations and comply with the commitments before them to get the necessary political and financial backing. Western experts believe that Ukraine needs a new leader able to bring more political and economic stability to the country.

The source to make the first release of the letter was the political movement "Spravedlivost" ("Justice") led by Valentyn Nalyvaichenko, the former head of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU). It only proves the fact that the ruling party is acting hand in hand with Mr. Nalyvaichenko. It's quite probable he is just the person to become an alternative presidential candidate of Petro Poroshenko Bloc. Ex-leader of SBU has been repeatedly declaring his intention to join the presidential race in 2019. It is important to note that he is strongly supported by the USA, intensely interested in replacement of Poroshenko for a more loyal man. Nalyvaichenko is also welcomed by European politicians with whom he had series of meetings after quitting as the SBU head.
 

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This is the second time in about two weeks that a new thread has been started by the Kremlin troll machine.
Same M.O. ie register a new account, post some Kremlin rubbish propaganda about Ukraine that is a copy and paste from the many other sites around the net where the identical post has been posted then we never hear from the poster again.

Last time a couple of weeks ago it was some Russian propaganda rubbish about changes to the Ukrainian education system affecting ethnic minorities which the poster claimed could lead to conflict between Ukraine and Romanian/Hungary/Poland.

Today it is just a total rubbish claim with zero basis or actual evidence that this middle ranking public official guy who they say (without any supporting evidence) is a foreign puppet who they claim ("evidenced" by an image of God knows what created by God knows whom) is going to stand for election in Ukraine which is nonsensical, the guy has no meaningful public profile in Ukraine and the article is just bollox.

Can I make a suggestion?
How about you can only start a thread after you have made a certain number of posts? On P.ie you have to have made 100 posts before starting a thread which IMO is too many but at least make it more than zero to keep the Putin trolls in their St Petersburg troll factory from starting any more crapola threads ?
 

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Im not one to bump a Kremlin bot thread but as it was the one thread I could find on topic so I thought Id post here.

One time ally of Poroshenko (the former Georgian President) Mikheil SaakashvilI has recently changed tune and has been vocally attacking the corruption of Poroshenko.

Cue today the Ukrainian Police raiding Saakashvilli's apartment in Kyiv with a (some would say) absurd claim that Saakashvilli is somehow in cahoots with former president Yanukovytch with some kind of plot to it seems reverse the changes made in the Maidan revolution.

What followed then was thousands of people turning up to blockade the Police taking Saakashvilli away with him then getting away to where he has tonight being leading a multi-thousand demonstration in front of the Parliament in Kyiv.

Once again its interesting times in Kyiv, seems its never a dull moment politically over there.

(Apologies to people who dont know who Poroshenko SaakashvilI and Yanukovytch are, its a bit much effort to explain the Ukraine political soap opera to newbies).

Here is the people liberating Saakashvilli from the Police earlier today.