Lyashko: the First thing I did when I came into the Parliament – passed a law to take away Kolomoisky “Ukrnafta”

Photo: Oleg Lyashko / Facebook

The leader of the Radical party, MP Oleg Lyashko claims that businessman Igor Kolomoisky offered him in 2014 money for inclusion in the list of several candidates. About this Lyashko said in an interview with journalist Natalia vlashchenko, posted June 11 on YouTubechannel “vs Vласть Vлащенко”.

“We had him one meeting. Before the parliamentary elections of 2014, where he offered me for $50 million 10 people in the list. I told him “no.” After this he began me wet. And yet, the more we have not talked to him. The first thing I did when I came into the Parliament – passed a law to take away Kolomoisky “Ukrnafta”, – said the MP.

During the election campaign in 2014 Lyashko said that he had met with Kolomoisky not once, but twice. “After I sent benny, he began to pour me a bucket of mud,” – said Lyashko in September 2014.

In October in Facebook, he called Kolomoisky a “stinking Parata muzzle”, which it “throws buckets of lies”. The leader of the Radical party then accused the businessman that after the story about Lyashko Kolomoysky-controlled TV channel “1+1” came to the hospital the mother policy.

In an interview with “GORDON” in 2018 Kolomoisky, commenting on this statement Lyashko, said: “it did no one pay attention… Well, what’s the point? Fake seven percent”. According to the businessman, Lyashko – “able, but with his ceiling.” “Rinat Akhmetov have already seen that he has a ceiling and then it grows” – hinted Kolomoisky Lyashko’s cooperation with the businessman Rinat Akhmetov.

In the parliamentary elections in 2014, the Radical party won 1.17 million votes (7,44%) and formed in the Verkhovna Rada faction, which included 22 deputies. Now, this faction consists of 21 members.

Early parliamentary elections scheduled for July 21. According to the survey by the Sociological group “Rating” conducted June 6-9, for the Radical party are ready to vote 2.5% of Ukrainians. To pass the Parliament need to score at least 5% of votes.