Names of first candidates for snap elections from Vakarchuk’s party Holos announced

Source : 112 Ukraine

The list of the party was approved at the session of the political force Golos in Kyiv
21:12, 8 June 2019


Svyatoslav Vakarchuk
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The list of the Holos party is headed by Sviatoslav Vakarchuk. It also includes former Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine Yulia Klymenko, chairman of the IT company Ring Ukraine Kira Rudyk, advisor to the Prime Minister for Parliamentary Relations Yaroslav Zheleznyak and anti-corruption activist Oleksandr Ustinov. All these people will be running from the party at the snap elections to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.

The list of the party was approved at the session of the political force in Kyiv, as Interfax-Ukraine reports.

Related: Ukrainian singer Vakarchuk presents his party "Golos"

The lawyer of Kisil & Partners Oleg Makarov is the six member of the party, the head of Transparency International Yaroslav Yurchyshyn comes seventh; deputy editor-in-chief of the newspaper Dzerkalo Tyzhnya Serhiy Rakhmanin comes eighth; Mikheil Saakashvili’s ex-ally, Deputy of the Odesa Regional State Administration Solomiya Bobrovska is the ninth one, Ulyana Suprun’s Deputy Acting Healthcare Minister Olha Stefanyshyna is tenth.

Earlier, the Ukrainian anchorman Serhiy Prytula said he woud run for elections in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine in the list of the party Holos; it is led by the musician Sviatoslav Vakarchuk.

Related: Ukrainian anchorman Prytula to run for elections with Vakarchuk’s Holos party

According to Prytula, there are no former MPs, lobbyists or oligarchs in the list of the Holos party.

The leader of the political party Golos Svyatoslav Vakarchuk will be number one on the list of this political force in the elections of the Verkhovna Rada. 

The leader of the political party Holos assured that no old figures will be included to the list.

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