A raw materials appendage or industrial government: Ukrainians choose online development plan

The public has had an opportunity to put pressure on MPs to adopt a programme to restart the economy: a working website perezapusk.com.

This was announced by the initiator of the project, the leader of the “New Ukraine” Valeriy Konovalyuk.

He said the website is a platform for discussion of programs to restart the economy and pressure on deputies to define the government’s work plan for the coming year.

“Everyone who supports the program to restart the economy, can send a message to all the MPs or individual MP. Thus parliamentarians can communicate the position of the Ukrainians Groisman during his report in Parliament,” – said Konovalyuk.

Konovalyuk said that the website contains information that demonstrates what can happen to the country if continue on current path.

“A year ago, in April, the country got a new government headed by Vladimir Groisman. What has changed for this year? If the Ukrainians to live better? Fees increase: as a consequence, the number of people who can’t pay for communal and issued the subsidy, grew by 42 percent. 5 million Ukrainians went abroad to seek a better life. Of the country of export raw materials – we have conquered the market”, – stated the leader of the “New Ukraine” Valeriy Konovalyuk.

He said the site offers users to choose two paths of economic development: continue the existing course of economic development to continue to meet all the demands of the IMF or choose a new path of development and to restart the economy.

“The platform’s mission is to unite people who have a different vision of development of Ukraine’s economy and force the authorities to change the course that she chose” – summed Valery Konovalyuk.

As you know, in April expires a year’s work of the Cabinet of Ministers Volodymyr hroysman.


The program to restart the economy from Valery Konovalyuk


The program to restart the economy from Valery Konovalyuk


The program to restart the economy from Valery Konovalyuk

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