Azarov: Kiev Regime Will Inevitably Leave Under the Weight of Their Crimes

Translated by Ollie Richardson & Angelina Siard


The current government in Kiev will inevitably leave under the weight of the crimes that it committed. The President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko’s rating is 7%, and the Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman’s — much less. 
This was stated by former Deputy Prime Minister Mykola Azarov.

For almost two weeks in Kiev there were mass protests against the current government’s policies and the head of the NBU Valeria Gontareva. At first, under the auspices of the people’s Deputies from the party “For Life” Vadim Rabinovich and Evgeny Muraev, the defrauded investors took to the streets of the capital, and the day prior they were joined by activists headed by the leader of “Fatherland” Yulia Tymoshenko.

As was noted by many media, Kiev has not seen such a number of protesters for a long time. Not only defrauded investors of banks came to revolt against the government, but also opponents of the increase in utility tariffs, teachers, and representatives of agriculture.

As was said by the former Prime Minister of “independent” Ukraine, if he was in Ukraine, he surely would have gone out with people to protest. According to Azarov, all the arguments against these demonstrations against power, in particular accusing Russia of destabilizing the situation in the country, are absolutely far-fetched and false.

“The government itself rocks the boat, as it them who raised tariffs, mocked people, and made them poor. So who, if not the Kiev regime, is rocking the boat?” noted Azarov.

According to the former Ukrainian official, the gathering of thousands of Ukrainians on the streets of Kiev is a serious occasion for the current regime to reflect on.

“6,000-10,000 is quite a lot for Ukraine, it is evidence that the regime should seriously think about. But they respond with threats: I’ll put you in jail, I’ll rip you apart, this is a direct threat,” said Azarov.

According to the former Prime Minister, maybe there will not be a third Maidan, but it is for sure that the current government in Kiev will leave.

“I don’t know whether it will be a third Maidan, but I know one thing: this government is already shaking strongly enough. It will inevitably leave under the weight of the crimes that they have committed: would they leave by their own accord, or will they be forced to leave, perhaps Western curators will advise them to reshuffle. Because it’s impossible with a rating of 7% to govern the country. Now Poroshenko’s rating is 7%, and Groisman — much less. With a lack of confidence rating approaching 80%, it is impossible to govern the country, he said.

It is worth noting that social media users could not miss the opinion of Azarov and express their thoughts about the future of the current Ukrainian authorities.

“It is impermissible to let them go. It is impermissible to forgive those things what the world during the Second world war fought against. It is impermissible to burn people, to rewrite history. It’s impermissible to shoot at civilians. It’s impermissible to shoot down planes. And there are a huge number of things that are impermissible. How can they be made to answer for it? I think it must be a priority in relation with this junta. The world must see what is bad and what is good. And they have to respond before everybody. There are a million proofs. The Tribunal and the firing squad!” said one user.

As a reminder, earlier the leader of “Radical party” Oleg Lyashko declared that to the anniversary of “Euromaidan” the Verkhovna Rada must adopt a draft law on the impeachment of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko, and Yulia Tymoshenko must be sent to clean the sewer.

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