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    June 3, 2016

    Savchenko: the next Ukrainian president, "consolidator of patriots," and...Putin's agent?

    June 3, 2016 -
    Translated by J. Arnoldski 



    The Ukrainian pilot and deputy from the “Fatherland” faction, Nadezhda Savchenko, could become the nation’s leader and her return to Ukraine has changed Ukrainian politics forever. This was stated by Verkhovna Rada deputy Vadim Rabinovich in an interview with the TV channel “112 Ukraine.”

    “I think that Savchenko is a factor with which nothing can be done, and I believe that Putin has slipped us a coup in Ukraine,” Rabinovich stated.

    According to him, Savchenko returned from Russia in excellent physical form despite her hunger strike, and with “unique” oratory skills.

    Rabinovich believes that Savchenko is one of the main presidential candidates who can “consolidate all patriots,” and her political activism for “Fatherland” will strike a serious blow at other parties, especially Oleg Lyashko’s Radical Party. The leader of “Fatherland,” Yuliya Timoshenko, has nothing left to do except “learn to become second.”


    Savchenko, who was sentenced in Russia to 22 years of prison for the murder of journalists from the All-Russian State Television and Radio Corporation in Donbass, was paraded by President Vladimir Putin and returned to her homeland on May 25th. She became a deputy to the Verkhovna Rada for the “Fatherland” party back in August, 2014 when she was under investigation in Russia. After being pardoned and returning to Kiev, she now works in the parliament. 




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