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Medvedchuk: Poverty age did not end, it will continue until 2020

The politician also believes the new authorities will not finish the educational reform
20:14, 20 September 2019

Viktor Medvedchuk
112 Agency

The Poverty age did not end in Ukraine, it will continue in the next year. Viktor Medvedchuk, the Chairman of Political Council of Opposition Platform - For Life party said so on air of 112 Ukraine TV channel

"The question: Tell us, whether the poverty age has already finished? Unfortunately, I say no. And it will continue in the following year. This is the vision of the new government," Medvdchuk said.

The politician also believes the new authorities will not finish the educational reform.

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"It can not be seen, including from the budget. That is why we have separate items of expenditure there. They may be corrected, edited, updated during the preparation to the first reading, final approval or to the second reading. But it is not enough, all the efforts should be directed not only into the law enforcement system, not for creating the repressive machine for suppression on the opposition but for developing people's lives. Both law enforcement and educational systems, which suffer from underinvestment, are also included in it," he noted. 

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