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Latest UA Government Balls-up
« on: 21:34 20-Jan-2020 »
What a bunch of freaking r'soles. Morons. Just who makes these decisions.


Outrage in Ukraine as Yanukovych lawyer appointed deputy head of body investigating Maidan crimes


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Re: Latest UA Government Balls-up
« Reply #1 on: 04:36 21-Jan-2020 »
WTH????

Thought Zelenski was going to be different.  SMH
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Re: Latest UA Government Balls-up
« Reply #2 on: 06:28 21-Jan-2020 »
From the beginning Zelensky has brought in people from corrupt administrations and has been linked to Oligarchs, I mean, remember Kolomoiskiy owned the TV stations that "Servant of the People" is shown on.  Zelenskiy is about mending and not widening schisms, so it really isn't out of character that he doesn't want to perpetually re-investigate Maidan and that he wants to signal that this is not going to happen.  It is much more important whether he is going to root out corruption or give away the store and get nothing, trying to appease the Kremlin-based midget, or whether he will do everything to create jobs and prosperity. 

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Re: Latest UA Government Balls-up
« Reply #3 on: 22:17 21-Jan-2020 »
From the beginning Zelensky has brought in people from corrupt administrations and has been linked to Oligarchs, I mean, remember Kolomoiskiy owned the TV stations that "Servant of the People" is shown on.  Zelenskiy is about mending and not widening schisms, so it really isn't out of character that he doesn't want to perpetually re-investigate Maidan and that he wants to signal that this is not going to happen.  It is much more important whether he is going to root out corruption or give away the store and get nothing, trying to appease the Kremlin-based midget, or whether he will do everything to create jobs and prosperity.

As well as the "corrupt administrations," Zelenski's administration and several other positions have gone to his former TV colleagues in "Servant of the People" and a number of his friends.

Further to the above, there is Andriy Bohdan who adores having his photograph taken at every opportunity. This reptile previously worked for the odious Ihor Kolomoisky and also as Government Commissioner for Anticorruption Policy (cough, cough, splutter) of the Azarov Government from 2010 to 2014. He also represented Ihor Kolomoisky during his attempt to wrest back control of Privat Bank.

How Kolomoisky is not locked away in a cell is a mystery. How Bohdan can walk around with impunity is a mystery.

Oh, maybe not for, after all, this is Ukraine.

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Re: Latest UA Government Balls-up
« Reply #4 on: 02:00 22-Jan-2020 »
I do not think Zelensky can be defined by his associates or even by the nature of his appointments.  He let Sakashvilli back in Ukraine and gave him his citizenship back when the Kremlin-based midget dared Zelensky to prove he was really a reformer, by doing just that.  So my point is not exactly what some might assume.
  the Kremlin-based midget and Lukashenka are not alike, but they have in common making nice to the Kremlin-based midget whilst keeping him at arms length which some gymnasts might agree is a challenging dance.