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One of systemic problems in Ukraine is non-fulfillment of election promises, - MP Rabinovich

The MP believes that Ukrainians should not live in poverty
21:44, 8 March 2019

Vadym Rabinovich, the leader of “For life” Ukrainian political party
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One of the systemic problems in Ukraine is non-fulfillment of election promises. This was stated by MP, the head of the "Opposition Platform - For Life" party Vadym Rabinovich on 112 Ukraine TV channel during the Voice of the People show.

“This could be solved very easily - I have submitted 119 bills, which, I believe, will be essential to reanimate the country. In particular, I submitted a bill on criminal liability for non-fulfillment of electoral promises ... A politician can say: “I cannot fulfill my electoral promises for objective reasons." Go away then - you were elected because of these promises. There is no other way," the deputy said.

He also advises to see how people lived in the previous election period. "During the election period, all politicians become "kind"- they love the people, they all promise everything... Remind the period four years ago - and you will see everything at once ... The main theory of power is all the same, all sorts of bloggers are working on this, they must inspire us with an all-Ukrainian depression, say "what difference do you see? Let these politicians stay." So I say: these politicians will not stay, they should not have power, because the country should not live like this, we should not live in poverty!" Rabinovich added.

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Earlier Vadym Rabinovich, leader of “For life” political party, urged to protect the freedom of speech in Ukraine at the hearings in the French Senate, broadcasted by 112 Ukraine.

“I got more votes in the presidential elections in Ukraine, than all the radicals of the state combined. I don’t get it. I came here with pain – our journalists are being killed and beaten and you say: “There is aggression in your country.” What aggression has to do with it? Is it allowed to murder the journalists in terms of aggression? I can’t speak about Russia, I am not in charge of the situation. My heart is sick for our journalists, this is my pain. I pray and ask God to solve all the problems in our country, and then we will show our neighbors how to live. Indeed, our situation is difficult, yes, there is a war going on, but it’s not a reason for murdering the journalists,” he said.

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