The Ukrainian Parliament may receive a parliamentary group from the Right Sector. Despite the fact that the Right Sector did not pass the 5% minimum cut off, gaining about 2% of the vote, its leaders are already working to create inter-parliament ultra-Nazi coalition – it will include the single-mandate candidates who share quite similar views.
Note: Half the candidates (225) to the Ukrainian parliament are chosen based on the party votes, and another half run on a single-mandate. This allows candidates from less popular parties to still make it to the parliament.
For example, Parasyuk (the head of his own ‘hundred’ from Maidan), who is running from one of Lvov regions. So compared to them, even Svoboda seem relatively mild. And if Svoboda members demanded everyone to shout “Glory to the nation!” and to read books by Farion about the correct use of Ukrainian language, the Nazis of Yarosh will surely beat their opponents, or may be will hang them later. In the best case – will herd them to the front. So the knocking of Lenin’s statues will soon look like misdemeanor to Ukrainians.
“We sincerely hope that we will be able to form if not a parliamentary group, then a parliamentary faction, which will be involved in legislative activities. At the moment these talks are underway,” – said speaker of the Right Sector Borislav Bereza, who, like Yarosh, got into the Parliament.
In addition, Bereza noted that the issue of joining the parliamentary coalition for him remains open. “We will have a response when together with Dmitry Yarosh and some people will talk about the future prospects. We will unite in a coalition with those who passed on a single mandate. Some of them already excused themselves, since they were offered good options, and they joined the ruling coalition,” – he said.
In the early parliamentary elections on October 26, Dmitry Yarosh won in district No. 39 (Dnepropetrovsk region), and Borislav Bereza – in district No. 213, Kiev. Yarosh and Parasyuk mandates were bought by oligarch Kolomoisky, who will manage the Nazi puppets in the parliament. That they will play the role of ‘inter-parliamentary police’ – is a fact. Seems to be a thing of the past, when the deputies were paid for voting. Now Yarosh will force the MPs to do it for free, just for the promise to spare their lives.
Translated by Kristina Rus