The law on the land market that was adopted by the Verkhovna Rada on the night of March 31st definitively sells the “last banana” in the banana republic of Ukraine.
This was stated by the former deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Oleg Tsarev.
According to the politician, the law was voted for with gross violations of the regulations, and can be easily challenged provided that there are fair judges in the Constitutional Court.
“The law was voted for in violation of the regulations. Firstly, extraordinary sessions cannot consider laws that are already under consideration at regular sessions. I.e., an emergency agenda is chosen for an extraordinary session – and this agenda is followed.
The land law could not be voted on because it is dealt with in the Verkhovna Rada as usual. The second thing is that the Verkhovna Rada adopted this law after 12 o’clock in the morning, so they had to vote for the extension of the extraordinary session, and then already vote on the law.
These are two violations that make it possible to appeal to the Constitutional Court and demand annulment. But, as far as I know, ‘Opposition Platform – For Life‘ is going to appeal to the Constitutional Court, they already declared it. But I wouldn’t have high hopes for it – the Constitutional Court is run by Zelensky, so I don’t think there will be any decision on the unconstitutional voting of the law.
What could be the consequences of its adoption? Well, I heard the phrase somewhere that Ukraine is a banana country, but already without bananas. We lost our motherland, and not just our land.
Ukraine already, after the sale of land, will never be as we know it. It’s extremely bad, the land will be flogged. Soros was very active in the sale.
I think the restrictions that are prescribed in the law are easy to circumvent in order to accumulate large enough volumes of land in one’s hands. There wasn’t a more treacherous and criminal vote during all years of Ukraine’s independence,” Tsarev concluded.
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