Nadiya Savchenko tilts out soil near Ukraine's Parliament in protest against land sale draft law

Today, on December 4, the parliament is hearing the land sale draft law
15:59, 4 December 2019


Former Ukraine's MP Nadiya Savchenko together with her opinion allies protested ner the building of the Ukrainian Parliament against the land market. In an act of protest, Savchenko tilted out sacks with soil in front of the parliament and planted a Christmas tree on top. 112 Ukraine TV channel broadcasted the rally.

"Someone believes that Ukrainian land is garbage, oddly enough. The problem is that, indeed, it is the burial mount of IMF. Now here is a half a ton of Ukrainian land (soil),  it's only half a ton. At what price will they estimate this Ukrainian land? At what price will they value this hooliganism?" Savchenko noted.

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Today the parliament is hearing the land sale draft law.

"The applications of MPs to speak in parliament against land sale were not accepted or were blocked. Thus "Soros grant-eaters" solely shall be speaking today from the rostrum in the Verkhovna Rada (in favour of opening a land market and adopting the land sale draft law initiated by the president's party)," Savchenko said.

"Rallies like this take place all over Ukraine, in different cities, by different people without coordinating their rallies with each other. They simply do that, because everyone understands the value of Ukrainian land and the importance of this issue. Therefore, I think that these rallies will continue until the parliament refuses to sell land, which  Soros wants, which the IMF wants. They set the limit of 200 thousand hectares per customer, they allowed selling land to foreigners. Only after all Ukrainian national referendum. We are waiting for a law on the referendum from the president, as he promised the rule of the people in his election program," she said.

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