The statement of the head of the Servant of the People party that the new Verkhovna Rada would discuss the special status for the Donbass, as well as the proposal of the deputy of the same party, Alexander Dubinsky, to build a wall on the border of Ukraine and the Republic of Donbass, was commented in an interview with the Donetsk News Agency by the deputy of the DPR People’s Council, the Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Policy, International…Read more
On August 3, on the territory of the Zuevsky Republican Landscape Park, the third day of the International Creative Festival of Working Youth "Young Guard" was held. Chairman of the People’s Council Vladimir Bidyovka attended the presentation of the participating teams and got acquainted with the work of the thematic areas of the festival.
The deputy of the DPR People’s Council, the chairman of the Committee of the People’s Council on Foreign Policy, International Relations, Information Policy and Information Technologies Vladislav Berdichevsky spoke about his law-making work in an interview with the Vechernyaya Makeyevka newspaper correspondent.
The “People’s servant” party was initially meant to be a populist one. Rhetoric for speakers of this political force was chosen to please both the Western and Eastern parts of Ukraine. Therefore, it should not be a surprise that this party will have a dedicated staff capacity.
Oleg Onopko: Considering Ukrainian political traditions, usurpation of power by new ruling forces is expected
The formation of a one-party majority is not only a unique case for the political history of Ukraine, but also a serious test for the regime and the state system as a whole. Under these conditions, the party that won the elections will certainly have a desire to hold the full power in parliament in its hands, to form the government individually.
Miroslav Rudenko: Servant of the People party, having majority in Verkhovna Rada, will deprive Zelensky of possibility to accuse deputies of disrupting Minsk agreements
The victory of the Servant of the People presidential party in the elections to Ukraine's Verkhovna Rada was commented in an interview with the Donetsk News Agency by DPR People’s Council deputy Miroslav Rudenko.
Alexander Kurenkov: Situation along line of contact remains tense, which demonstrates new truce’s ineffectiveness
On July 17, the participants of the Trilateral Contact Group agreed on another truce in Donbass - absolute and indefinite, which came into force on July 21 at 00:01 hours. However, a ceasefire was not observed by the Ukrainian side for a long time, the territory of the Donetsk and the Lugansk People’s Republic came under fire by the Paramilitary Forces of Ukraine a few hours later.
Marina Zheinova: There is no point in expecting any changes in Ukraine’s policy towards Donbass after elections to Verkhovna Rada
The rearrangement of political forces in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine after the elections was commented in an interview with the Donetsk News Agency by DPR People’s Council deputy Marina Zheinova.
Elena Shishkina: Lifting of Petro Poroshenko’s parliamentary immunity may cause disappearance of “European solidarity” faction
The election of a Petro Poroshenko’s political party to the Verkhovna Rada should not have a major impact on political processes in the Ukrainian parliament.
Alexander Malkov: New Ukrainian law on language discriminates Russian-speaking population of Ukraine
A law, which is aimed at ensuring the functioning of the Ukrainian language as the official state language and was adopted on April 25, 2019, has come into force in Ukraine. The Deputy of the People’s Council Alexander Malkov commented on new Ukrainian legal regulations in an interview to the official website of the DPR.