In a closed-door meeting with Ukrainian and foreign journalists, Andriy Bohdan, the head of the Presidential Office, said he was disappointed in the ruling Servant of the People faction. TheBabel media outlet reported it, citing several independent sources.
Bogdan believes that due to the rapid career growth many MPs began suffering from “VIP syndrome,” adding that there were some “mentally ill people” in the faction. He finds it unlikely that early parliamentary elections would take place, but “just wait and you'll see.”
Earlier we reported that Bohdan claimed if Ivan Bakanov, the head of Ukrainian Security Service, is a law enforcer like Bogdan himself is a ballerina. In addition, the head of the Presidential Office believed that Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk was working slowly and not always productively.
November 15, Bohdan and his deputies Kyrylo Tymoshenko and Yuriy Kostyuk gathered about 20 foreign and Ukrainian journalists to the meeting in off the record format. The previous meeting with journalists took place on October 24.
As we reported, head of the President’s Office, Andriy Bohdan, said in a private meeting with Ukrainian and foreign journalists that the leader of the Batkivshchyna (Fatherland) faction, Yulia Tymoshenko, asked for her people to be appointed to certain posts.