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At the Boryspil International Airport, Poroshenko threatens a worker:
“Don’t raise your voice at me, or else you’ll quickly be taken out.”
The laws are strange in Ukraine where a supposed benevolent leader is permitted to make death threats on TV. Ukraine is hanging by a thread, and no amount of loans will save it. Poroshenko’s only redeeming quality is his inability to hide Ukraine’s failing economy.
“At the moment we are cutting back public spending. Yanukovich cost the state 1.5 billion hryvnia per month. We have reduced spending on the presidential administration to 800 million hryvnia, by 40 percent, saving 700 million. Right now, with a war is going on, no one will be subsidized by the state budget,” Poroshenko explained. “We will not support [you] on taxpayers’ money, when the army does not have enough, I will not do so,” the president noted.
Poroshenko also claims that the workers can take it to court, and he guarantees that no-one will get involved in the case. But then it would already be too late since all of Ukraine’s IMF money is going to the army. Those Ukrainian workers need their jobs now to buy food, and medicine. Court cases take months, if not years.
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