The period of political promises already in full swing. Presidential candidates vying to guarantee Ukrainians a prosperous and happy life. And in their election programs – hundreds of intentions. In fact, however, implement only a tenth of the promised.
The editor of the portal “Slovo I Delo” Catherine Pianina and her colleagues for many years watching the fulfillment of the promises of politicians, and every fact of deception is unsubstantiated. Thus, on this website you can find a dossier on every official from mayors to the President.
Promises Lady s over recent years has not changed. And 2012, and in 2019 Yulia Tymoshenko proposes to introduce a bill that would expand the powers of the parliamentary minority. However, no initiatives from the presidential candidate and her political power was not.
During his political career, Yulia Tymoshenko has not fulfilled 93 promises, including a statement that her party will not vote for any bill until there is a resolution regarding Catherine Gandzyuk.
The current guarantor also had a lot of promise. For example, he initiated the conversion of all foreign currency loans in the hryvnia. However, when in 2015 the Parliament adopted the relevant law, the President veto it, which the deputies were unable to overcome.
Among other unfulfilled promises of the President – reform of law enforcement system, a quick return of the Crimea, as well as ensuring energy independence of Ukraine.
Gathered the broken promises and the radical Oleg Lyashko. However, the introduction of the crisis tax on oligarchs faction of the Radical party did not even register a single bill.
And these are just some examples of unfulfilled promises of Ukrainian politicians, who seem to operate on the same principle: “We’re just going to promise anything, and then say that we have no authority.”
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In his opinion, Ukrainians have a very short political memory. Therefore, even catching a politician in a lie, the voters eventually forget about it.
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