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Vadym Rabinovych: The country is standing at the precipice, but the government will not stop persecuting Medvedchuk and shutting down TV channels
9 October 2021
“Today Ukrainians do not trust anyone or anything, let alone the authorities. And the events of recent years and especially recent days testify to only one thing: Ukrainian society is on the edge of an abyss,” the co-chairman of the “Opposition Platform - For Life” political party MP Vadym Rabinovych said on the air of “Ukraine with Tigran Martirosyan”, “Ukraine 24” TV channel.
8 October 2021
“Ukraine is on the verge of a difficult heating season, since the ill-conceived policy of the authorities has already led the country to an energy crisis,” the co-chairman of OPPOSITION PLATFORM - FOR LIFE MP Yuriy Boyko told journalists on the sidelines of the parliament plenary.
Lovochkin: Party’s Proposals for Budget-2022 Allow Allocating Additional Funds for Social Expenditures
7 October 2021
OPPOSITION PLATFRORM – FOR LIFE will insist that the bill on the 2022 state budget is voted together with the party’s proposals aimed at supporting economic growth. The proposals will allow to boost the real GDP growth by 3 percent and significantly increase budget expenses for social needs. This was stated by MP Serhiy Lovochkin commenting on the upcoming discussion of the state budget bill-2022 in the parliament.
5 October 2021
The fact that President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky is on a par with the world’s largest corrupt officials is a colossal international scandal – MP Oleg Voloshyn, OPPOSITION PLATFORM - FOR LIFE, believes.
Lovochkin: Budget Draft Bill 2022 Stipulates More Expenses for Public Debt Management than for Economic Development
1 October 2021
The acting administration is closing the debt grip of the nation by offering to increase the public debt-to-GDP ratio in 2022. This was stated by MP Serhiy Lovochkin commenting on the draft bill of the state budget for the next year that has been introduced in the parliament by the Cabinet.
29 September 2021
Due to the change for the worse for representatives of national minorities, including those caused by the limitation of right for education in their mother tongue, the Bureau of the PACE has decided to prepare a report. This was announced by the member of the Ukrainian PACE delegation, MP Yulia Lovochkina.
28 September 2021
The Group of the Unified European Left in PACE has unanimously nominated Senator Tiny Kox as the next President of PACE for 2022–2023. The decision was taken during the Group’s meeting. This was stated by a member of the Ukrainian PACE delegation, OPPOSITION PLATFORM – FOR LIFE MP Yulia Lovochkina.
28 September 2021
Instead of following the standards and criteria of the Council of Europe and electing its European Court of Human Rights judge during the autumn session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Ukraine has taken a different path. This resulted in the fact that Ukraine has failed to duly nominate its ECHR judge for two years now. Last week’s attempt of the Ukrainian delegation’s majority to challenge the decision by the PACE Committee on the Election of Judges to the European Court of Human Rights is yet another wrong step. This was stated by a member of the Ukrainian PACE delegation, OPPOSITION PLATFORM – FOR LIFE MP Yulia Lovochkina in a commentary on the discussion of the issue within the PACE agenda.
26 September 2021
Party statement on the European Day of Languages
PACE approved a motion for a resolution on far-right ideology in Europe authored by MP Voloshyn, “OPPOSITION PLATFORM - FOR LIFE”
24 September 2021
On September 24, a regular meeting of one of the key bodies of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, the Bureau, took place to approve a motion authored by a member of the Ukrainian delegation to PACE MP Oleg Voloshyn, “OPPOSITION PLATFORM - FOR LIFE”, on a report with the subsequent adoption of a resolution on “The challenge of far-right ideology to democracy and human rights in Europe”. MP Yuliya Lovochkina, a member of the delegation of Ukraine to PACE, also actively participated in drafting the motion. The President of the Assembly, twenty Vice-Presidents, the Chairpersons of the political groups as well as the Chairpersons of the general PACE Committees make up the Bureau of the Assembly.