Anton Gerashchenko stated that the BPP will boycott a law to toughen responsibility for violations at elections

Антон Геращенко заявил, что БПП будет бойкотировать закон об ужесточении ответственности за нарушения на выборах

The people’s Deputy from “popular front” Anton Gerashchenko said that the Unit Poroshenko did not want to vote for the bill, proposed by interior Minister Arsen Avakov.

The bloc of Petro Poroshenko has declared a boycott of the 26 February, all voting in the Verkhovna Rada, in addition to bills for security and defense, to not vote for bill No. 8270, said a member of the Collegium of the Ministry of internal Affairs, the people’s Deputy Anton Gerashchenko. About this he wrote in Facebook.

“Tomorrow, the vote shall be made in the bill of the Minister of internal Affairs Arsen Avakov – to toughen responsibility for violations at elections, in particular for vote buying. The question of fair elections is not a question of tantrums, compromises and blackmail”, – said the MP.

According to Gerashchenko, fair elections, the European prospects of Ukraine.

“It is impossible for one side to declare their commitment to European values, to talk about joining NATO and the EU, and thus to build the most ambitious since [former President Viktor] Yanukovych mesh bribery of voters”, – he concluded.

In an interview ZN.UA published 22 February, the Minister of internal Affairs of Ukraine Arsen Avakov said that the Ukrainian law enforcers are investigating the creation of “grids” of bribery of voters by representatives of the electoral headquarters of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. According to Avakov, “the volume of resources under this scheme is estimated at 1.5 billion hryvnia,” and funds from the state budget of Ukraine.

February 25, the leader of Radical party Oleg Lyashko said that his faction requires this week to hear the heads of law enforcement agencies in Parliament on the subject of vote-buying and fraud in the presidential election of 2019 and to create a temporary investigative Commission of the Verkhovna Rada for verification of facts reported Avakov.

Presidential elections in Ukraine scheduled for 31 March 2019. The election campaign started on 31 December 2018. For the post of head of state claim 44 candidates.