The adoption by the Verkhovna Rada of amendments to the Constitution, which enshrines the European and Euro-Atlantic course of Ukraine, stirred social networks
The adoption by the Verkhovna Rada of amendments to the Constitution, which enshrines the European and Euro-Atlantic course of Ukraine, stirred up social networks – many politicians and analysts have commented on how the President of Petro Poroshenkoand the results of the vote.
One of the first voted the 15th Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk (2014-2016 tenure as Prime Minister), who called the decision of Parliament is fundamentally important for his party “people’s front”, as a similar initiative, his force was made a year ago.
Yatsenyuk congratulated the Parliament and all responsible authorities on this achievement.
“No revanchist Moscow will not stop our national choice. We always approve our freedom, safety and welfare in a free range of European Nations,” he added in his Facebook.
Political analyst Taras Berezovets said “organic” sound of the President’s speech the word “Muscovy” in understanding contemporary Russia, and proposed “to return to the official discourse of Ukraine’s historical name.”
“By the way, as you consider whether to pass the Ukrainian version of Russian names? Don’t translate the same English name George as George or Peter as Peter. Therefore, I am against the use of variant Volodymyr Putin or Sergei Lavrov. Well, what he information?! You need to use a direct transliteration Vladimir Putin and Sri Lavrov,” – he wrote in the social network.
MP and journalist Mustafa Nayem reminded of the slogan of the presidential campaign Poroshenko – “Army. Language. Faith,” which was the theme of his latest address to Parliament.
“After four years of presidency in his latest address to Parliament, the head of state not touched any of the problems in the economy or fight corruption or catastrophic outflow of the population, or judicial reform or crime,” he writes, noting the disadvantage of these themes to Poroshenko.
Journalist Ivan Yakovina drew attention to the similarity of the postulates Poroshenko with the main thesis in the statements of his Russian colleague Vladimir Putin: “the fifth column” in the form of civil organizations, “the countries”, “foreign agents” and their registration.