New-York Times came out with a devastating article about the regime Poroshenko, Yatseniuk

One of the most influential newspapers in the world New-York Times today has come out with a devastating and frank article on the results of the government euromaidan. Ukraine called bankrupt, directly recognized the presence of political assassinations and corruption in the new government. The following excerpts from the text of the publication.

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The publication writes: “The wave of politically motivated killings and mysterious suicides of former government officials to spread fear in the capital.
Infighting was the beginning of the split of the coalition of pro-European majority in parliament. And keeps a constant threat of war on the border with Russia.

A year after the election of Petro Poroshenko to replace ousted President Viktor Yanukovych, and six months after the swearing in of the new legislature, Ukraine remains a country deeply mired in political and economic chaos. ”

“The Ukrainian government is so weak and fragile that it can not take the necessary steps to create a unified and independent state” - the newspaper quoted Bruce Jackson, President of “Transitional Democracy” American non-profit group.

The publication notes an impasse and the negotiations in Kiev Donbass, “in spite of the fact that the February agreement between the parties of the ceasefire called for the decentralization of power, greater local autonomy as a basis for a long-term agreement.”

“Destruction of the economy continues to fall, the decline in GDP was 17.6% in the first quarter of 2015. Hoping to avoid a default, senior officials began protracted negotiations with creditors, with whom they have been unable so far to agree. The officials are now openly worried about that the promise of a loan of more than $ 40 billion. from the International Monetary Fund and the allies, including the United States and the European Union, will not be enough to keep the country afloat.
Probably the biggest disappointment for the protesters who had seized the center of Kiev in the past year, was the fact that the new leadership headed by Poroshenko, Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk still not been able to fulfill its promises to eradicate the rampant corruption. Instead, it has become entangled in the new allegations of misconduct and expenses, reducing political scores.

Parliament, where pro-European parties, which control the majority, voted last month for the creation of a special commission to investigate the charges against the suave English-speaking Yatsenyuk, who so admired the West and his Cabinet about the theft of more than $ 325 million. From the state budget …
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21 May 2015

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