Samopomich party leader on Privatbank: the biggest budget robbery in millennium

Source : 112 Ukraine

Who will pay for this? Who will pay $4 billion? Of course, it will be people to pay through  the country's budget,-  Berezyuk
18:06, 19 December 2016

112 Agency

The leader of Samopomich party Oleh Berezyuk is sure that Ukrainians will pay through the Ukrainian budget for the situation with PrivatBank. This was announced by the leader of Samopomich party Oleh Berezyuk during the meeting of the Conciliation Board of the Verkhovna Rada on air of 112 Ukraine TV channel.

"Of course, PrivatBank is the largest financial institution of the country and undoubtedly the organization responsible for the electronic circulation of money in Ukraine. And undoubtedly it is the right decision to nationalize the bank, because the country needs financial stability and that is its safety. And that's a good thing that the deposits of our citizens will be protected. But there is another side to the coin. This is the biggest robbery of the state budget of Ukraine in millennium. Who will pay for this?  Who will pay $4 billion? Of course, it will be people to pay through the country's budget. It is now clear why the government scrape so eagerly all remnants that are now lying on the accounts of local budgets. It is therefore understandable why the government centralizes now all that it can," Berezyuk said.

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Earlier it was reported that after the full stabilization, the PrivatBank will be sold. The Ukraine’s Finance Minister Oleksandr Danyliuk announced that during the briefing together with the head of the National Bank of Ukraine Valeriya Hontareva. TheNational Bank of Ukraine states that transition if the bank into state ownership is the only way to preserve the coasts of the depositors and save the financial system.

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